Logic – Fear

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Bobby Tarantino, aka Young Sinatra, aka Sir Robert Bryson Hall II, aka Logic, is back. The prolific Maryland MC, producer, and singer is delivering the first track from his heavily teased album Ultra 85. This will be his ninth studio album among the bevy of mixtapes he has released over the years. Logic does not hesitate to drop albums, but for some reason, this one has been on the back burner. But, we are getting it sometime this year, so at least it is happening.

Fans got a special treat just four days ago when the 34-year-old announced the LP on his social media accounts. Logic included the covert art, as well as a short trailer revealing the lead single release date. The name of the track is “Fear” and is his first solo drop since July 5. His closest collaborator/producer 6ix helped him produce the song.

“Fear” begins differently than some may expect. It has this fast-paced dance-like instrumental in the first leg. At this point, Logic is showing off his technical rapping abilities. But, the beat transitions about halfway through to a more familiar East Coast boom-bap vibe that Logic is known for. It slows down, allowing Logic to sing instead of rap at a blistering pace. He brings a solid message about being one with yourself and not allowing other people to dictate how you will live your life. This is a solid first look at what is to come on Ultra 85.

 

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