2013-05-07T22:25:50-04:00 2013-05-12T15:16:25-04:00

Logic – Young Sinatra: Welcome To Forever [Mixtape]

Let's cut to the chase, if you haven't heard of Logic by now, you've been sleeping on some fantastic talent. Logic is a MC who's constantly raising the bar with his talents and exponentially improving his craft between projects. His latest mixtape, Young Sinatra: Welcome To Forever, is arguably his best work yet, showcasing not only his reputation for spitting thought-provoking lyrics, but also his skill as a producer. Instead of creating a tape with the same style song after song, the Maryland rapper proves he can't be pigeonholed to a single genre by harnessing a melting pot of musical styles, including late night party tunes and self-reflective slow jams. This time around, the XXL Freshman's brought a diverse crowd of guests: fellow classmates Trinidad James and Dizzy Wright, former freshman Kid Ink, and Jhene Aiko of Cocaine 80's fame. What makes Welcome To Forever work so well is the utilization of the different Rattpack members (including producers 6ix and rapper C Dot Castro) as the mixtape is an unapologetic breath of fresh air that will have you hitting the replay button as you re-discover the numerous metaphors, entendres, and references spread throughout the tape. Though it may seem a bit premature, I'm calling Welcome To Forever the Mixtape of the Year. You've teased us for quite some time, Young Sinatra. Hip hop fans and bobby-soxers alike can't wait for the full length album with No I.D. Do yourself a huge favour and cop this one immediately. 



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  • Logic – Young Sinatra: Welcome To Forever [Mixtape]: Let's cut to the chase, if you haven't heard of Logic by … http://t.co/8mv1S3iuL1

    Avatar Andrew May 7, 2013 10:31 PM Reply
  • Logic – Young Sinatra: Welcome To Forever [Mixtape]: Let's cut to the chase, if you haven't heard of Logic by … http://t.co/EUuQaLPwNu

    Avatar andik pras May 7, 2013 10:31 PM Reply
  • It's funny he mentions in "roll call" that his lyrics are deep. Sure, in your surface rap game but you don't know deep til you hear Aesop Rock, Slug or illogic. Yeah, don't listen to Logic, listen to illogic. I'm tired of ignorant rappers who think their the best but they haven't listened past "the game".

    Avatar FuckTheGameRappers May 8, 2013 12:00 AM Reply
    • ur a turd, dont post ever again

      Avatar fuckthiskid^^ May 8, 2013 12:30 PM Reply
    • His lyrics are deep. I'm well aware of Celestial Clockwork and I love that album. But you can't deny that Logic's lyrics aren't deep, intelligent, esoteric and VERY real. His flow, production, beat selection, work ethic, everything is just so diverse. You can't deny talent man… you just can't.

      Avatar Conscience May 8, 2013 11:35 PM Reply
  • I love this write-up! http://t.co/0p6Plugec2 @Logic301 #WelcomeToForever #RaTTPack #bobbysoxer

    Avatar JoVee May 8, 2013 8:12 AM Reply
  • i've been a logic fan for a while but the dude's gotta stop using old beats and diluting his tapes.

    Avatar Daveed May 8, 2013 2:25 PM Reply
    • It's a mixtape… the only place you can sample and reuse beats with ease. He's just doing what he can't do with an album.

      Avatar Conscience May 8, 2013 11:36 PM Reply

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