Logic’s most recent body of work, if we counted the words, is probably close to a novel worth of music. Young Sinatra IV will shift the industry on an axis in his favor with legendary features from the entire Wu-Tang Clan to his genius song structuralism to his unrelenting pen game – Logic is simply ikonic.
Logic, last featured for his Bobby Tarantino mixtape, returns with his Young Sinatra IV album. If you truly love hip-hop this album will rock your world with classic tracks like “Wu-Tang Forever” to shocking lyrical narratives like “Street Dreams II” to pensively reflective tracks like “Legacy.”
Your face will twist up like “something stinks” listening to the bars he lays down – that’s the stench of real, thorough, gutter, authentic hip-hop. The return of boom-bap hip-hop with a modern release date lives through artists such as this rising music monarch. He pours out the best of him for this body of work, holding nothing back, gifting us what he believes is one of the best albums he’s ever made. Will you agree? The ears can tell, take a listen below and stream it on your desired music distribution platforms.
In reflection of the album Logic states, “I’ma be honest. This is one of the best albums I ever made,” he added. “This shit is so boom-bap, it’s so hip-hop, and the reason it’s special is because if I release boom-bap after boom-bap after boom-bap, it wouldn’t be that fucking dope. You gotta put some trap in that shit.”