Logic has a message for ‘Everybody’ on his third album.
The Maryland MC returns a year and half after releasing the gold-selling The Incredible True Story.
Logic addresses suicidal thoughts on “1-800-273-8255” featuring Alessia Cara and Khalid, fights for equality on the empowering “Black SpiderMan,” and criticizes President Trump and Kanye West on “America” featuring Black Thought, Chuck D, Big Lenbo, and No I.D. Other guests on the 13-track set include Killer Mike (“Confess”), Juicy J (“Ink Blot”), and astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson (“AfricAryaN”), who serves as the voice of God.
“I wanted to tell the stories of other people who may not have the voice I do,” the 27-year-old tells Billboard. “I felt the necessity to discuss these things, because I am proud to be me, I am proud of where I come from, and at the same time, it’s also bigger than me.”
TLC is gearing up to release their final album on June 30th. Before they do, T-Boz and Chilli confront their “Haters” on their bold new single, which finds the duo brushing off the naysayers and promoting self-confidence.
“Haters gonna hate / People gon’ say what they say / We don’t care about that anyway,” they sing.
Their self-titled Kickstarter campaign funded album, features 12 tracks, with titles like “Perfect Girls,” “American Gold,” and “Aye Muthafucka.” Other than Snoop, no other guests are listed on the current tracklisting.
Following the album’s release, T-Boz and Chilli will kick off “I Love the ’90s – The Party Continues Tour” in July with Sugar Ray, Naughty By Nature, C+C Music Factory, and more.
DVSN returns one year after their debut album Sept. 5th with a new single entitled “Think About Me”
“Do you not think about me?” asks Daley. “I know you still think about me.”
Lil Yachty is ready to “Bring It Back” in his’80s-inspired record.
“You’ve been gone for too long / You need to bring it back,” he sings over horns and synths.
On May 26, Yachty will release his debut album Teenage Emotions featuring Migos, Diplo, YG, Kamaiyah, and Grace.