This year has been a busy one for Gaithersburg, Maryland artist Logic. With a spot the XXL Freshman cover, recent Def Jam signing and a North American tour underway, as well just releasing his highly anticipated mixtape Young Sinatra: Welcome To Forever . Read on to stream and download Young Sinatra: Welcome To Forever .
This year has been a busy one for Gaithersburg, Maryland emcee Logic. Being featured on XXL's annual "Top 10 Freshman List" as well as recently signing to Def Jam, I suspect we will be hearing a lot more from Logic in the near future. Being two years since his first official mixtape Young, Broke, and Infamous, things have been picking up rather quickly. Nearly selling out his first national headlining tour, with a second on the way as the release of his fourth mixtape Young Sinatra: Welcome to Forever approaches on May 7th. While we wait, Logic gives the fans the first song off the mixtape produced by Don Cannon titled "Nasty". This one goes hard too! If Logic is new to you as he is to me, I definitely recommend taking in his entire catalogue. His debut studio album is already said to have No I.D as the executive producer as well. Logic will also be making an appearance in Toronto at the MOD Club on June 26th as part of his second national tour in support of his mixtape, although it is the only Canadian date announced. Watch the GRVTY directed visuals for "Nasty" and let me know if your feeling Logic's new track.
After Jay-Z surprised us with "Open Letter" earlier today, Kanye West took to Twitter for the first time in a while and followed suit, revealing a brand new song from his G.O.O.D. music counterpart Pusha T, titled "Numbers On The Boards." The unique style of production is provided by Don Cannon and Mr. West himself. Stream Pusha's "Numbers On The Boards" after the jump and make sure to tell us if you like the song or not. Cool artwork!
Our family Hov brought that real hip hop shit this morning so me and Pusha wanna keep that feeling going— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) April 11, 2013
Big Sean - High Rise (prod. by Don Cannon)