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In the first verse of “Poseums” from Logic, the rapper states,”So many times I heard people talk bout this album as being a album about the rise of Hip Hop. It’s a damn shame because I don’t think it is… I mean the songs on this album is fantastic… They’re pure hip hop perfection. Poses just like a few minutes ago…”

Rapper Logic Cast In 'The Last of Us Part 2'
Rapper Logic Cast In ‘The Last of Us Part 2’

The song starts off with a couple of sample sounds from several different albums, but none are from the album of Logic himself. Just when it seems that there will be a slight sample lacking, an incredible beat comes in with the sample. This is from Kasvit (produced by DJ Craze). Kasvit sounds fantastic and it fits perfectly with the rest of the song. The atmosphere of the song is very open and one can just listen to Nas and Logic at the same time. One could even argue that the beat is almost the highlight of the song.

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Rapper Logic Posed as High Schooler to Avoid Location Fees

Two songs later from the same album ( Logic), titled “Reckless” features the rapper returning to Kasvit. This time Nas does not switch back to his vocal style but instead opts for the piano sounds. While this doesn’t really make sense (why would Nas sing from a piano while on stage? ), the song is extremely catchy.

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Rapper Logic Announces He’s Expecting His First Child in

In the next song “Poseums” Nas once again switches back to using his vocal style but this time he sings from a piano. I personally find this incredibly annoying but then again maybe other people do. I have heard people compare the vocals on Logic with that of John Legend. I really cannot say which is better but it seems like the former has a much wider range when it comes to tone. Whereas Legend’s songs tend to sound more melodic, Nas’ tends to sound more angry.

One song that was recorded by Nas in his album “Nas” is titled as “Poseums.” Although slightly different than the previous song, it doesn’t receive much attention. Nevertheless, Nas seems to like it and the instrumentalist of the track, JP Del Carmen, seems to as well.

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Rapper Logic leaves music for Twitch in multimillion

During the mid-2021’s, Nas also released his second album “Eternia” featuring appearances from fellow Queens such as Kim DOTCom, J Dilla and Common. On this album, Nas once again delivers an impressive offering featuring guest appearances from Common, Elton John and Lenny Kravitz. The single, “Eternia” features production from Common as well as several from other artists including boom-box vocalist Don Black. On this song, Nas singles out a member of the New York Dolls who goes by the name Farley. The New York Dolls consist of three members: Christina, Kim and Nancy.

Rapper Logic slated to release best album yet entitled YSIV
Rapper Logic slated to release best album yet entitled YSIV

The single, “Eternia,” from Nas’ album is justifiably successful and achieved near-perfection by the time it reached No. 1 on the billboard charts. With the single coming from Nas’ first album, The Chronic, many critics and music enthusiasts believed The Album to be his masterpiece. Several other well-known rappers including Jay Z, Big Daddy Kane and Mr. Mack made critical comments about the song, but to no avail.

Logic Explains The Logic Behind His Disappearance From Rap
Logic Explains The Logic Behind His Disappearance From Rap

It wasn’t until years later when Nas released his next album The World turned the focus back to his solo career. With the single, “Blueprint,” Nas once again took the rap world by storm. In this song, Nas rhymed about getting married and then got his first wife, while making up his own marital chart that included all of his wives. The Album sold millions upon millions and remains to this day one of the biggest selling albums ever.

One of the most memorable songs from the rapper’s career is his hit single “Ethernet.” With a sample from Luther Vandross’ “Give Me the Reason,” Nas rapped about how the new millennium had come and gone by and left him alone. The song was so popular it even reached No. 1 on the charts.

On the Verge

On the sound track of his double album, The World, Nas performed a version of his hit song, “Ethernet.” This time around, the track featured a verse from Dr Dre. While not exactly a love letter to the late Dre, the lyrics managed to be more relevant and intelligent than any previous lines. In the first verse, Nas rapped about the difficulty of staying on top of the trends that keep on changing throughout the year. He then takes a jab at The Late Nite King: “You like your tape classic, you gon’ be classic, you’re a king, baby.”

The last song on The World was another single that received a ton of airplay on national radio. It’s called “Knowledge.” In this track, Nas raps about how the media has brainwashed people and changed their reality. If those weren’t enough reasons to purchase The World, maybe just the fact that Nas mentioned The Late Nite King in the first verse should do it for you.

Does Logic's latest mixtape deliver?
Does Logic’s latest mixtape deliver?

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Logic Rapper (16/20) Poster – My Hot Posters

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Rapper Logic signs seven

Logic makes history as the first rapper with a No. 1 best
Logic makes history as the first rapper with a No. 1 best

From early struggles to mainstream fame, rapper Logic
From early struggles to mainstream fame, rapper Logic

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Rapper Logic died by battle of Lung cancer

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How Logic Found the Key to Success