Last week, Logic dropped his sophomore album The Incredible True Story and the Transformation of the Man Who Saved the World. In honor of Logic, today we throw it back to 2011, when released his second mixtape Young Sinatra, which would become the first installment of his Young Sinatra trilogy.
One of the hottest tracks on that tape was a joint called "All I Do." This song probably introduced more fans to Logic than any other song in his catalog. His workmanlike, upbeat flow meshes nicely with the smooth beat, which samples James Brown's rendition of Bobby Hebb's "Sunny" -- one of the greatest songs of the 20th century. Shoutout Bobby Hebb.
See I ain't signed but at this point in time
I feel like the 3-6-8th Wonder of the world
Just might steal your girl
All I do is rhyme and get money, that's my repertoire
Holla at honeys, "Voulez-vous coucher avec moi, ce soir?"