Hip-Hop, Mixtapes | Logic – Young Sinatra: Undeniable [Mixtape]

Posted by on April 30, 2012

“I used to follow my dreams, until I caught up to them” – Logic

Word association. I say “Logic”, you say …? Lyrics, versatility, confidence? Those are just a few of the 22 year old’s most distinguished characteristics.

I was first introduced to Logic by Chris Zarou last July when he signed an independent record deal with Visionary Music Group. Christening my ears withLogic’s debut mixtape, Young, Broke, & Infamous, it was evident the young Maryland MC bolstered a repertoire unlike any other up and coming hip-hop artist. Mainstream beats, lyrics with a deeper flavor than seven layer lasagna, & a repeated intellectual and versatile flow. At that time, Logic had a slim 1,500 Facebook fans and a couple thousand Twitter followers. With very little blog coverage at that time, college sites began to join the movement which sparked a very successful sophomore mixtape, Young Sintra. Playing off his idol, the great Frank Sinatra, Logic’s fan base (shout out #RattPack & #BobbySoxers) was steadily growing. Logic has said Young Sinatra was a representation of the transformation of him turning from a boy into the young man he is today. Keeping the core values consistent with Young, Broke, & Infamous, Logic offered more originality and even more versatility. Serving up a blend of tracks for the streets, the avid fan of lyricism, college students, and even the fine groupie women (Bobby Soxer’s).


Hip-Hop | Logic – The Spotlight ft. Justice [Download]

Posted by on February 26, 2012

As promised, here is the mp3 for Logic’s recent single, “The Spotlight”, which dropped early last week. After receiving more than 130,000 Youtube hits in just 5 days, Logic’s onslaught continues in full swing. You can read the full write-up HERE and I highly suggest watching the video below if you haven’t done so already.

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Hip-Hop, Videos | Logic – The Spotlight [Video]

Posted by on February 21, 2012

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At this point in time, there is nothing better than new logic in my eardrums.  Taking a detour from the first single off his upcoming mixtape (still untitled), Logic has some fun going in over the Justice sampled track, “D.A.N.C.E.”.  When I heard Wale go in on this beat a couple years back, it’s since been a staple for any party playlist I compile.  With an infusion of electro and disco, Logic (being a fellow DMV artist) maintains his lyrical aggression delivering a sequence of lines that you’ll be reciting for days on days on days.  It’s cool to see Logic switch up his sound from his previous single, “Young Sinatra III”, which was a very raw sounding hip-hop track, but maintain his consistency at the same time.

I’m warning you now kids, you’re witnessing the birth of hip-hop’s next star.  Being featured in XXL Magazine’s “The Break” just yesterday, this kid’s going to be everywhere before you can spell “Bobby Soxer” backwards.  If you’re not with the movement, join in below and make sure to check his previous single YS3 after the break.  The mp3 will be released once the video reaches a certain number of views.  V’s up.  #Visionary

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Hip-Hop, Videos | Logic – Young Sinatra 3

Posted by on January 23, 2012

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While anticipation has been building for Logic’s next single, his fans have been multiplying like crazy.  Considering it was less than 6 months ago when the majority of us first caught wind of Logic, he has already come a very long way.  Dropping one of the rawest mixtapes of 2011, Young Sinatra, Logic has more than quintupled his fans on Facebook and has become a regular favorite on almost every college blog.

Young Sintra III encompasses all of what hip-hop is and should be.  Logic has the art of lyricism down to a T and once again shows just how talented he is behind the mic.  Teaming up with GRVTY to bring us the newest visuals, this looks and feels like classic hip-hop.  Nas & Frank Sinatra would be proud.  Stream only for now, spread the video and maybe we’ll get the mp3.  #BobbySoxer

“Some say I’m one in a million, I say I’m one of a kind, only cocky when I rhyme, I’m Muhammed in his prime” – Logic


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