If you are Like Me, then Logic’s Young Sinatra: Welcome to Forever tape has been rotating in your headphones since February. If you are Like Me, you have also been hoping to hear more from the Def Jam emcee, which means you’ll eat up his self-produced loosie like leftover turkey. Logic, who is known for his unwavering, rapid-fire flow, slows things down a bit on his latest effort. Though his flow is a bit blunted, Logic’s agility is evident. He delivers each tongue-twisting bar with fervor and alacrity. In addition to rocking the mic, he handles production duties, crafting a haunting beat driven by a choral sample. Adding to the smoky mood is guest emcee Casey Veggies, whose raspy tone serves as a nice change of pace. Logic is hard at work on his 2014-bound debut album, which won’t include Like Me.
Written by Lucas G. on 12/3/13
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"Mind Of Logic" (2011)
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