like woah
Gaithersburg, Maryland emcee “Logic” is back with “Like Woah” the second single from his sophomore album “The Incredible True Story“, which is slated for a November 13th, 2015 release.  Featuring some polished production from longtime collaborator and close friend “6ix”, “Like Woah” sports some high energy hip-hop from the man Logic himself, with some melodic vocals, that will surely leave it’s listeners like … woah.

Bobby Bryson Hall II is currently signed to “Def Jam Records“, and works under his own label “Visionary Music Group” alongside fellow artist “Jon Bellion“. He has enjoyed a successful career since he began his endeavors in the world of hip-hop. With his debut album “Under Pressure“, and 4 critically acclaimed mixtapes, “Young, Broke, and Infamous“, “Young Sinatra“, “Young Sinatra: Undeniable“, and “Young Sinatra: Welcome To Forever” under his belt, Logic has ensured to only release his best tracks, and it shows. On top of this, Logic was also part of the XXL Freshman Class in 2013 alongside: “Dizzy Wright“, “School Boy Q“, “Joey Bada$$“, “Travi$$ $cott“, and “Action Bronson” among others. The 2013 Freshman Class was widely considered once of the best years ever. Logic also took part in the 2014 BET Cypher and lit up the stage with lyrics, flow, and an undeniable message.

“Like Woah” starts off with some calming almost flute-like production from 6ix, who has also produced “Gang Related” from Logic’s debut “Under Pressure”. Before long, Logic’s unforgettable sound comes to the forefront, with his confident machine gun style bars that boast melodic vibes. After the head banging hook, the track places an emphasis on the pristine production and angelic vocals constituting a new dimension to the formula of hip-hop. Before the track comes to an end, Logic lets loose a short verse of calming vocals, before going in hard one more time.

Logic has something that the majority of artists now a days lack, he has the mentality, and work ethic of a true artist. Although that is an easy thing to state, if you watch just one interview with the Gaithersburg emcee, you’ll be able to witness it for yourself. He also is quite smart in terms of releasing his music. Logic releases quite a bit less music than other artists, but because of this he ensures each track is the best it can be. By releasing anything other than your best tracks on a frequent basis you are effectively diluting the reputation of your brand. Logic has the talent, mind set, work ethic, passion, and confidence that can take a good rapper to the top of the world. Everybody make way for the Young Sinatra.