[embedyt]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g5TkL1vYaVM[/embedyt] These spontaneous hip-hop moments, or the way he recovers from a line blown in “Stoney Bob”, are great mixing moments that perfectly balance the last few years of major blown projects such as a collaboration with Marshmello and a concept album Sorta with a guest spot by Neil De Grasse Tyson. Last year, Maryland Motormouth released “their” first number one album with Everybody and a number three with “1-800-273-8255”, a serious antisuicide anthem that offered a touch of clarity in an era of depression-oriented hip hop. “Who do you know that is worth 50 million and still plays breakbeats,” says newly baked superstar Logic on YSIV, her fourth studio album. Long ago, “100 Miles and Running” Logic and Wale raped the old band Bongo Break, which the DJs filmed in the days leading up to the rap recording. “Wu Tang Forever” is a good example of Logic’s strengths and weaknesses. Calendar created with sketches. Route created with Sketch.
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