I’ve been a fan of Logic since I heard his “Young, Broke & Infamous”. When you first hear Logic rap you can tell that he’s not a one trick artist. He can go over a beat and make a party track and he can do the chill stuff too. But for me, where Logic really comes into his own is when he slows it all down and lays down an introspective track. Tracks like “Sellin Drugs” and ” ” are, for me, where Logic really stands out. There is a rawness to Logic that make his songs relate-able, when you hear him rap about his mother and growing up in “Dear God” you can feel the emotion and Logic makes you feel like you’re there. It’s a hard thing to describe just how good this tape is. Logic has pulled off the balance perfectly and there’s even a pretty funny skit in there too.
All in all, Logic has made a massive leap from his last tape and he doesn’t show any signs of letting up anytime soon. That’s all i’ll say on this tape. Give it a listen and then make your own mind up, if you are not into Logic as an artist after listening to this then you’re doing life wrong. Like Logic on Facebook here and follow him on Twitter