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Logic stays true to his album title and delivers a project that everybody can take something away from.

Where most Hip-Hop albums these days come equipped with a Quavo verse or a Ty Dolla $ign hook, Logic opts to record tracks with Killer Mike, Chuck D, and Neil deGrasse Tyson. Staying true to himself, Logic uses the album to celebrate his biracial background, express his political views and once again touch on his troubled childhood growing up in Maryland.

Fans will also be pleased to hear a secret J. Cole verse on the album’s final track “AfricAryaN.”

Listen to the entire project below.

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