Logic Songs

  • Alright
    Alright
    Logic has been teasing fans on Twitter about this Big Sean collaboration he had locked up, and today we finally get to hear it.
  • Driving Ms Daisy
    Driving Ms Daisy
    Logic has been teasing new music on Twitter the past few days, and today the new music arrives. It's definitely one the fans will enjoy, as Logic teams up with an equally underrated MC, Childish Gambino, for the undeniable whip anthem "Driving Ms Daisy." The release of this new collaboration is just the start of Logic's campaign for his debut album, which he's been promoting hard on Twitter with the hashtag #LogicAlbum. We've received some details about the LP in various interviews, however no title has been revealed yet so #LogicAlbum will have to do for now.
  • Two Kings
    Two Kings
    Bump Two Kings, the latest cut from Logic featuring King Chip on the assist. It was released on Wednesday, September 18th, 2013. Things are improving for Logic with each new offering, and Two Kings is certainly no exception. It's a worthy addition to the Logic's catalogue, which has seen much evolution as of late. We're definitely anticipating the next step.
  • Under Pressure
    Under Pressure
    After making the announcement on Monday that his debut album was dropping October 21st, Logic comes through just hours later and shares with us the album's title track Under Pressure.
  • Top Ten
    Top Ten
    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. 
  • My Chain
    My Chain
    Check out My Chain (Prod. 6ix), the latest from Logic. The track was released on Tuesday, August 14th, 2012. Logic's chances in this game are improving with each new release, and My Chain (Prod. 6ix) is no exception - quite the opposite, in fact. It's a nice addition to the impressive catalogue Logic has been building over the years. We're definitely anticipating the next move.
  • Now
    Now
    Logic started off his day by tweeting about an upcoming song, "Now", which he promised would arrive some time today. You guys were fiending for it (or at least Herm Edwards was), and (now) it's arrived via Complex. It's a banger for sure, with production from the go-to 6ix as well as Arthur McArthur, and Swiff D.
  • While You Wait
    While You Wait
    Logic returned strong the other week with the record "Now", cementing himself as one to watch. Yesterday we posted an interview Logic did with Hardknock TV where he spoke on his debut album process, and how involved (or rather, not involved) No I.D. is in it.
  • Tryna Tryna
    Tryna Tryna
    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.  
  • Buried Alive
    Buried Alive
    With his debut album, Under Pressure, out in exactly one week from today (10/21), Logic decides to come through tonight and share one more leak with us from the project called "Buried Alive."
  • Finding Forever (Freestyle)
    Finding Forever (Freestyle)
    Logic got his fans to take "#FindingForeverFreestyle" to the #2 trending topic on Twitter, and as a reward, he's released a new song inspired by Common's record "Go" from his album Be (rather tha Finding Forever, which was actually the follow up). The new record should satisfy fans, as Logic does not hold back in his assault of double time flows, spitting for a about a minute and a half straight. His While You Wait EP is due out later in the year, and his debut album should follow, as he hints here.
  • On The Low
    On The Low
    Quotable Lyrics"On the low, what's up with you, hoe? Bitches smokin' 'dro Bet you know, bust like .44, when I spit that flow 'Cause we go hard like that shit they hustle on the boulevard Fuck your broad, bitch, I bet I could, bitch, I bet I would On the low, what's up with you, hoe? Bitches smokin' 'dro Bet you know, bust like .44, when I spit that flow 'Cause we go hard like that shit they hustle on the boulevard Fuck your broad, bitch, I bet I could, bitch, I bet I would"
  • Alarm Clock
    Alarm Clock
    Statik Selektah is getting ready to drop off his What Goes Around album on August 19th, but before he does so, the NYC producer decided to share his newest single “Alarm Clock” featuring Ab-Soul, Logic, and Jon Connor. With these three lyrical emcees at the helm, you know this track is destined for plenty of double entendres, and some serious wordplay. With that said, this definitely needs a few spins to fully digest, but trust me, that's not a bad thing. This ish smooth y'all!
  • Everything I Am
    Everything I Am
    Yesterday the LA Leakers came through with their compilation mixtape Leaks Of The Industry '14, which contained a host of artists, from G-Unit (on the "Pump Pump Freestyle"), to Kevin Gates, to Snoop Dogg.
  • Roll Call (Freestyle)
    Roll Call (Freestyle)
    Give Roll Call (Freestyle) a spin - it's a new offering from Logic. It was dropped on Wednesday, April 17th, 2013. Logic's rap artistry continues to improve with every release, something which is most definitely evidenced on Roll Call (Freestyle). His ever-expanding catalogue is definitely better for it, and we're looking forward to the next piece of the puzzle - aren't you?
  • Walk On By
    Walk On By
    Bump Walk On By, the latest cut from Logic. It was released on Monday, February 25th, 2013. Things are improving for Logic with each new offering, and Walk On By is certainly no exception. It's a worthy addition to the Logic's catalogue, which has seen much evolution as of late. We're definitely anticipating the next step.
  • Shade 45 Freestyle
    Shade 45 Freestyle
    Logic's about to start his While You Wait tour next week, and to celebrate, he's shared a freestyle from Statik Seletah's show on Shade 45. Spitting over DJ Premier production, Logic is on rapid fire mode, turning out two verses chock full of cultural references, thrilling rhyme schemes and a number of jaw-dropping flows. NYC plays a big role in this freestyle, with Logic name-dropping Nas and the Empire State Building, and revealing his plans to take the city over.
  • Young Jedi
    Young Jedi
    Quotable Lyrics"Back again like I never left Young Sinatra, that's to the death We turn up 'til we go deaf Yep RattPack 'til my last breath I cut records like Kid Cudi Day and night, that's all the time From the underground to the mainstream My same team get all the shine"
  • Tic Tac Toe
    Tic Tac Toe
    Give Tic Tac Toe a spin - it's a new offering from Logic. It was dropped on Tuesday, April 17th, 2012. Logic's rap artistry continues to improve with every release, something which is most definitely evidenced on Tic Tac Toe. His ever-expanding catalogue is definitely better for it, and we're looking forward to the next piece of the puzzle - aren't you?
  • 24 Freestyle
    24 Freestyle
    The Visionary Music Group artists, consisting of Logic, QuESt, Castro and Jon Bellion, were all in the studio last night and decided to spit a little something special for Logic's 24th birthday, hence the freestyle title. All four artists are currently at work on their respective project: Logic is at work on his debut album, Castro and QuESt are both finishing up their free albums, while Jon Bellion is also working on a free LP.
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