After releasing two songs, ‘One Day‘ featuring One Republic’s Ryan Tedder followed by ‘The Return‘, Logic has been teasing his fans with his upcoming album 'Young Sinatra IV,' which is set to release on September 28. Now the rapper has dropped a new song titled 'Everybody Dies'. 

After releasing the official artwork for the album which will be his fourth studio album, as most of his projects in 'Young Series' have been mixed tapes, the Visionary Music Group emcee's new song finds him taking a moment to speculate upon his present position in the rap scene and the world at large.

The song traces his journey from the humble days at DMV to him becoming one of the biggest names in contemporary rap scene. Rapping on a CuBeatz and 6ix-produced instrumental, he sings "Grew up broke as fuck, rich folks was adjacent/Maryland, staring out the window for motivation/I remember lil Bobby, lil B/Man I wish I could be a dog in a rich family/Oh how nice would that shit be, my life a catastrophe/Now my shit a masterpiece, No Limit like Master P/Now I am the master, see, that's the way it has to be/My life is a movie, I'm so glad God casted me."



 

The 'Bobby Tarantino' artist has truly portrayed his diverse sense of music in the four minutes long track. He goes on to rap, "I just took a hiatus and wrote a novel, muthafucka/I got more verses than the Holy Bible, muthafucka/'Cause I'm sitting on five, unreleased albums/Greatest of all time, no lying, that's the outcome." The song comes almost a week after the rapper dropped his 'YSIV Freestyle', and it can only be assumed that Logic is pumping up his fans for the drop of his fourth studio album, 'Young Sinatra IV'. 

The multi-platinum, Grammy nominated artist - among the top streaming artists in the world with billions of streams to date – burst onto the music scene through a series of mixtapes that led to a significant, rabid underground fan base.

His tapes - 'Young, Broke, and Infamous', 'Young Sinatra', 'Young Sinatra: Undeniable', 'Young Sinatra: Welcome to Forever',  garnered millions of downloads and streams, jumpstarting a worldwide tour all before signing a record deal with Def Jam Recordings in 2014. Since then Logic has not slowed down, dropping his debut album 'Under Pressure' in 2014, following by 'The Incredible True Story' in 2015, the first installation of the 'Bobby Tarantino' mixtape in 2016, his third album 'Everybody in' 2017 and most recently 'Bobby Tarantino II'. The surprise release came fresh after his show-stopping Grammy Awards performance of the 4x-platinum “1-800-273-825 5” (National Suicide Preven­tion Lifeline) featuring Alessia Cara and Khalid.

Listen to the song here.