Review: Logic's Final Album "Everybody"


Def Jam released Logic's known to be final album "Everybody" on May 5th 2017. The Album has had major success with Logic's pre-existing fans. However, the album has been heavily debated by critics for being incomplete.

In a podcast, Logic stated.

"It’s about me being black and white, and seeing life from two sides. It’s about the cultural evolution and how you can go from the darkest of skin to the lightest of skin"

In this audio-cinematic experience, Neil DeGrasse Tyson plays God and BigVon plays the character Atom which the entire album is based around. Atom is on his way home from work and dies from a car crash and ends up talking to God about being reincarnated. However, he is not only reincarnated, but also every person that has ever existed.

The original title of the album was God, but then after some thought, he decided on AfricAryan. Logic then finally decided on the title Everybody as he was working on the album.

Logic uses his urbanised lyrics over fast paced semi dance instrumentals, and the album carries an interesting narrative of God and Atom where God reincarnates Atom after every song.

Personally, I appreciate Logic's work and creativity and the "Everybody" album portrays a strong meaning about ethnicity and race.

I would reccomend checking out the "Everybody" album by Logic, but don't get too attached, this will be his last work.

Well, that's what we've been told.