All Of Me
Big Gigantic Feat. Logic & Rozes
Electronic trio Big Gigantic are tapping into the hip hop scene for their latest single “All Of Me.” The live instrumentation duo make dance-influenced electronic music, and this single fits into their sound nicely. Logic makes his appearance midway through the song, contributing an extended verse and also flexing his very solid singing voice in the process.
Logic had kept his output slow and steady for much of the year, delivering two hard singles, "Flexicution" and "Wrist," the latter a surprising foray into trap with Pusha T. Though he's probably hard at work on the official follow-up to last year's The Incredible True Story, it turns out that those two tracks were slated for a new mixtape, Bobby Tarantino, which came out last night totally out of the blue.
Snow Tha Product
Snow Tha Product took some time off from releasing music, but quite recently made her return with a new project that dropped two weeks back, Half Way There...
Sucker For Pain
Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, Imagine Dragons, Logic & Ty Dolla $ign Feat. X Ambassadors
The highly anticipated "Suicide Squad" movie also has a pretty anticipated soundtrack to go along with it-- we recently got a look at the tracklist, which is stacked with appearances from Lil Wayne, Kevin Gates, Action Bronson, Kehlani, Eminem, Grimes, Rick Ross and many more.
Logic Feat. Pusha T
Logic is back on the scene, dropping "Flexicution" last week, and following that up with a huge new collaboration today. Pusha T, who like Logic, is signed to Def Jam, shares a verse on the gritty, 6ix-produced record, "Wrist," which finds the midway point between the two rapper's respective styles. For the time being, it's only available as a very raw stream rip, but we will update with the full quality version when it becomes available (UPDATE: Full Quality Version Added).
Keeping his word from earlier, Logic decides to come through tonight & get a few things off his chest with the new single "Flexicution."
Protect Your Neck
We heard Big Lenbo’s first every recorded verse back in September of 2015 when he was featured on Logic’s “Young Jesus.” Now he’s back with a debut track of his own, “Protect Your Neck.” True to the song’s reference, it's a heavily ‘90s-influenced track, with a short horn loop and boom-bap drums.
Alessia Cara Feat. Logic
Alessia Cara's "Here" has spent a good 26 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100, and while it's cooled slightly, falling from its peak at number 5, it's still occupying the number 10 spot, meaning it won't be leaving radio anytime soon. Another reason that the track will remain relavent for some time is a new remix dropped today, which features none other than Maryland rapper Logic.
Tree Of Life
Logic Feat. Slug & Killer Mike
Two new songs from Slug in one week?! Logic closes out a very successful 2015 with a heartfelt piano ballad that features two highly-regarded MCs, Slug of Atmosphere and Killer Mike, not to mention, Tae Beast on the boards. Pair that with Logic's lyrical tendencies and hip-hop heads are in for a treat.
All I Do
Last week, Logic dropped his sophomore album The Incredible True Story and the Transformation of the Man Who Saved the World.
I Ain't Fukin Wit Cha
Juicy J Feat. Logic
We just heard a new Juicy J collaboration with Zaytoven, and now the Memphis legend has delivered on the promise of a new track with Logic. "I Ain't Fukin Wit Cha" features an aggressive instrumental from Brampton producer Wondagurl, which Juicy and Logic both greet with some mean-mugged bars.
Logic is gearing up to drop his sophomore album, The Incredible True Story, on November 13th, to follow up his Def Jam debut Under Pressure.
Where You Been
Michael Christmas Feat. Logic
Our favorite Boston rapper, and perhaps the only Boston rapper (jokes), Michael Christmas, makes a return today with DMV's Logic by his side. On "Where You Been" the MC raps over a quirky, funky beat from Teddy Roxpin where he details stories of his life that prove he's just one normal ass dude. The song will appear on Mickey's upcoming album, What A Weird Day, which drops on October 23rd and will also feature Mac Miller, D.R.A.M., among others. Hit the pre-order.
Logic's sophomore album, The Incredible True Story, just got a release date, and now we've received the second pre-release track from the project. Following the all-about-the-bars, "Young Jesus," "Like Woah" is a little more musical, riding on a warm sample that gets a good chunk of airtime on the bridges between verses. As always, Logic goes hard, but also reserves the bridge to flex some of his melodies.
Mode (Full Version)
PRhyme Feat. Logic
In July, we first heard the PRhyme x Logic collaboration, "Mode," a 3-minute record filled with #bars that was featured on the soundtrack for the movie "Southpaw." Fans were loving it upon its initial release, so there should be no complaints now that they've released a full version of the record, which doubles its length to seven minutes.
Logic Feat. Big Lenbo
Logic is currently preparing his sophomore album, The Incredible True Story for a Fall release, and while we've already seen the artwork for the album, we'd yet to hear any new music. That changes today, as the Visionary rapper releases the first single from his upcoming LP, and he's picking up right where he left off.
PRhyme Feat. Logic
Royce Da 5'9" and DJ Premier have proved to be a perfect match, teaming up for the PRhyme full length last year and cementing their chemistry. Today, they've teamed up once again for a gritty boom bap record, and this time they've brought Logic through to spit a verse. Rising to the occasion, Logic brings his best bars to the table when going up against Royce, each rapper supplying a lengthy verse.
Lil Durk Feat. Logic
After a year of anticipation, Lil Durk’s long awaited debut album, Remember My Name, will finally arrive on June 2 via Def Jam Records. Available for pre-order on iTunes, those of you who take advantage of the early purchase will receive another instant download for free called “Tryna Tryna” featuring Logic.
Logic Feat. Big K.R.I.T.
Last night, Logic reached 400,000 followers on Twitter, which wouldn't be a very noteworthy occasion if he hadn't decided to celebrate by dropping a new loosie featuring Big K.R.I.T. Produced by Logic's go-to beatmaker, 6ix, "Top Ten" has both MCs sounding right at home over a soulful beat.
Demrick Feat. Logic & King Chip
Demrick is currently prepping a new album, Losing Focus. He's delivered two leaks thus far, one with a Dizzy Wright feature on "We Still Here" and one solo cut with "Gleamin." He goes bigger with his next single, "Skyscraper," calling upon Logic and King Chip for assistance over a beat from Cal Cleve.