Logic's third album Everybody has arrived.
The 13 track album features Juicy J, Killer Mike, Alessia Cara, Khalid, Black Thought, Chuck D, No ID Big Lebo, Neil DeGrasse Tyson, Bigvon, Lucy Rose and the actor Ansel Elgort.
It also has a hidden feature from Mr. No Features himself J. Cole.
Check it out:
Like Logic's last album --2015's The Incredible True Story -- Everybody is a concept album.
"The whole album leads up to that one song (AfricAryan) which is just to talk about I feel like I’m pulled in one or other direction," Logic explained. "Black folks who don’t know that I’m mixed will treat me like I’m this racist person. As I created the album, it became more less about me and more about everybody else. It became about other peoples struggles. I discussed race on this album because I was so scared to do it before. I then realized that sometimes it’s the things that we’re most scared to do that is going to help others the most."Twitter is very impressed with J. Cole's hidden verse on 'AfricAryan', in which he raps from Logic's perspective and offers the DMV emcee encouragement on his journey.
J. Cole's advice to Logic.. pic.twitter.com/MG4D2lUMSq— TheRattPack301 (@TheRattPack301) May 5, 2017
Logic really got a J. Cole verse. Wow— Lines of Logic™ (@LinesofLogic) May 5, 2017
J. Cole is on Logic's album. Is this real life?— TheRattPack301 (@TheRattPack301) May 5, 2017
J Cole just gave his last ever featured verse to Logic. That alone should tell y'all something. #Everybody— Jordan Blascoe (@JABlascoe) May 5, 2017
Well now we know why J Cole is chillin in the top right corner of Logic's #Everybody cover.— Visionary News™ (@VMG_News) May 5, 2017