Sometimes you see a combination of emcees that shouldn’t work, but it does. Count this as one that does. Logic, Conway the Machine and Riff Raff shouldn’t make sense but they all deliver on “Intergalactic Icons.” Who is the standout? Well, that’s up to you to decide.
Remember that time Logic “retired?” Yeah, that didn’t last long. The rapper returned with an independent album titled College Park recently. Check out “Shimmy” which obviously salutes Ol’ Dirty Bastard throughout as Logic and Mr. A$$ trade bars over production by 6ix and Soundtrakk.
Remember that time Logic retired? Feels like an eternity because the emcee has been plowing through new music lately. He takes two minutes of your time to drop “Vaccine,” which feels appropriate during these times. Is there a f album on the way? Certainly feels like it.
Now that he’s officially out of his short-lived retirement, Logic is rolling out new songs. For his latest outing, Logic and friends pile into a studio and create a new song titled “Live From The Country.”
It appears that the totally unexpected collaborative album from Logic and Madlib MadGic is coming sooner than we thought. The duo made their formal announcement with “Mars Only Pt. 3” and have followed up with “Mafia Music.” It seems like the entire album was recorded in one night and, by the sound of it thus far, it’s going to be something serious.
Logic said he retired last year but if there’s any reason to come back to the rap game, it’s Madlib. And it appears that the duo are heading toward a collaborative album as “MadGic” (Magic). Logic gets things rolling with his flip of “Rappcats,” which was from Madlib’s Quasimoto project. Check out “Mars Only Pt. 3” and stay tuned.
Logic dropped what he calls his retirement album No Pressure last week due to his new job of being a full-time father. With that in mind, Logic releases a video for the appropriately titled “Dadbod” where
Logic drops another video from his Confessions of a Dangerous Mind album with the Eminem-featured “Homicide.” With Slim Shady unable to make it to the video shoot, Logic employs a pair of body doubles (Squints from The Sandlot and Chris D’Elia) to step in. The results are interesting, to say the least.
Joyner Lucas and Logic join forces after their little spat back in 2016. Proving they have buried the hatchet, the duo unite for “ISIS.”
Logic begins his return with a new song from his sixth studio album that shares the title of the album. “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind” is Logic dealing with the perils of fame and fortune along with the challenges of social media.