Logic, who is a popular Maryland rapper, currently coming off his “Incredible True Story” and “Under Pressure” albums, as well as the tours in support of both albums and a tour with YG, G Eazy, Yo Gotti, and Madeintyo which was called “The Endless Summer Tour”, announced a few days ago that he would be releasing his new album, which will be his 3rd overall, and a pre-order link revealed that it would contain 13 tracks. The album will be entitled “Everybody” and when the pre-order link went live, it came with a single, which is also entitled “Everybody” and is the second track on the album overall.
With the new release of the pre-order, it was aided with the cover art. The cover art features multiple rappers, producers, etc. in a picture similar to one that depicts people from the bible, but with the biblical characters being replaced with Logic, his friends, family, and collaborators. Unbeknownst to the general public though, the cover art shows multiple high profile artists on it, which foreshadows collaborations. As such, here is the zoomed-in pictures of the different artists, producers, etc. on the cover that could be on the album:
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As you can see, possible collaborations that could appear on logic’s new album “Everybody” include J. Cole, Juicy J, Jon Bellion, Drake, Khalid, Rhymestyle, Killer Mike, Childish Gambino (Dressed as Superman in the cover due to the “Donald 4 Spiderman” meme from the early 2010s), G Eazy, C Sick (Popular producer who produced such logics popular song “Man Of The Year” and many other Logic songs), No I.D. (Legendary Def Jam producer who has worked with Jay Z, Kanye West, etc.), Erykah Badu, Alessia Cara, 6ix (Logic’s main producer), Steven Blum (The voice actor who played Thomas in the skits for “The Incredible True Story”), Lucy Rose, Dria, and more, like Joey Bada$$ who was said to have a collaboration with Logic. All these possible collaborations definitely raise the hype of this album existentially.
Also, it has been confirmed that the new album will be a continuation of his “The Incredible True Story” album. Since the album is only 13 tracks though, it has been stressed that with the heavy detail on plotline, the skits may take over a majority of the album. So despite the uncertainty on how exactly the album will play out, who will feature on the album, what producers will be on the album, etc., the cover art, plot, and the details that came with the plot and cover art make the album look like it may just hold up with recent releases by Kendrick, J. Cole, Kanye West, etc. Only time will tell if logic will deliver on “Everybody” though, but given his track record with his previous mixtapes and albums, it’s pretty safe to say Logic won’t disappoint.