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I made a whole artikel on this topic, but I’ll tell you some of the reasons I didn’t enjoy it so much right now. A lot of the time, Logic didn’t really do more http://www.bu.edu/comtalk/2017/03/02/prettybird-lady-gaga/ than scratch the surface with the complex issues he attempted to tackle, and it’s here that I really noticed he was starting

to let his lyrics slip a little bit, at least in my opinion. He overused that vocal cutting technique, and started to become more repetitive. Now, his http://www.thedrum.com/news/2017/11/03/3-conference-asks-the-youngest-generation-about-their-successful-mothers-and-gets following project, Bobby Tarantino 2, definitely was a step in the right direction for me, but I still wouldn’t say it was anything fantastic.

We got some really enjoyable bangers from it, and it actually featured a track where Logic rapped as Young Sinatra, and it was easily my favourite http://mic.com/articles/141247/here-s-what-it-would-look-like-if-colleges-were-honest-about-campus-sexual-assault on the project. But i still noticed that there were a lot of filler bars scattered throughout many of the tracks, and there were a few forgettable songs.

I’m not saying it’s a bad project at all, because it really isn’t, but when I take Logic’s earlier works into account, or even compare it to the first http://www.self.com/story/these-fake-college-acceptance-letters-make-a-sobering-point-about-sexual-assault Bobby Tarantino tape, it just doesn’t reach the same heights in my opinion. Now, like I said at the start of this segment,

this doesn’t mean that Logic doesn’t have the ability to produce another great project, I think he does. But, I just don’t want this to be another https://thinkprogress.org/college-paper-ad-warns-prospective-students-that-rape-could-be-part-of-the-price-of-admission-d58052bab3da/ Everybody situation, where I get incredibly hyped up and end up being disappointed in the end. Hopefully it won’t happen,

but it’s always better to be prepared for that outcome. The Hype: The final point here is a pretty big one, and that is the fact that this is the follow up http://www.teenvogue.com/story/college-acceptance-letter-anti-rape-ad to the incredible Young Sinatra trilogy, which consisted of Young Sinatra, Undeniable and Welcome to Forever.