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Logic – Everybody

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A Realization of Self
Musical skill9.6
The Awesome Part
Neil deGrasse Tyson is on the Album
Lyrics are deep and keep you entertained
Music is fresh and great vibes for a night drive or at the beach.
Versatile and Clean for Logic, the samples used are great and recognizable, yet modernized.
One of the Best Concept Albums in Hip Hop done in while.
The Bad Part
TOO SHORT! Not Enough Tracks!
The Freshest thing out in 2017 Guaranteed!
A Solid Profound Album
This is Logic's latest masterpiece as he tries to spread love in an era where hate, racism and ignorance is dividing the world. It is a record that will humble you and remind you of what you are sent here to do.

Leave it to Logic to deliver the album, I’ve been waiting for a quarter century. I knew the message would have to come in a simple, mainstream friendly and consumable yet exploratory way. This is the album Tupac or Biggie would have eventually release with their wise minds observing how the world has progressed (or regressed) in recent years.


It’s about me being black and white, and seeing life from two sides. It’s about the cultural evolution and how you can go from the darkest of skin to the lightest of skin. -Logic on Harmontown podcast


If you have no idea what I’m talking about, no worries its not that you’ve been living under a rock, Logic although loved by radio hosts is not stuffed down your throat as much as Coldplay or Beyonce. He’s a clean cut rapper that stresses more over meaning and lyrical content than looks, much like his peers J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar.

Give it a listen and let me know what you think!



Just to give you a taste of what this album is all about:


Follow Logic:
Twitter: @Logic301
Facebook: MindofLogic
Instagram: @Logic301
Soundcloud: Logic_Official
Website: Official Website


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A Modern Soul Album
What's Good
Lyrics carry this album through and through.
It has a story to tell and if you read between the lines a deep one.
Some tracks have solid beats and production like 'Deja Vu' and 'Immortal'
What's Happening?!
Some of the tracks are nothing new from what we've already heard from Cole
Not His Best, But Definitely Solid and Strong
Buy It, Love It
Buy 4 Your Eyez Only



J. Cole is back and with a solid album although not his finest, the impetuous flowing lyricist covers political, social, personal and philosophical issues within his life and those closest to him. As always solid lyrics and beats, but this album is different as shown by multiple fan theories, this album may not all be about him but in a way it is. Cole speaks from a first person view talking about typical life in his hometown slinging drugs on the street, mourning the senseless lost of life in useless violence. Although it may not be Cole’s point of view but of a friend’s. It also touches upon the manner of how society constraints people from the hood and blacks to selling dope, rapping or playing in the NBA. Kind of a set loop (if you catch the West World Reference) for all caught in that situation. But it also shows that if you leave the loop you can find an alternative narrative in which Cole finds himself from the one his friend found himself living. The strongest tracks and immediately spoke to me were ‘Immortal’, ‘Deja Vu’ and ‘She’s Mine Pt. 1’ & ‘She’s Mine Pt. 2.

If you remember previously J Cole’s tribute to Michael Brown “Be Free” this album feels like an expansion of that feeling and theme.



What I was surprised not to find were the two songs he released earlier ‘Everybody dies’ and ‘false prophets’ but no worries if you haven’t heard it yet two amazing songs  and the fresh videos by Scott Lazer check em out below:

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