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Alright yall Welcome to first Collab On the Page with @pushintheculture!!!!! A new series for the culture where we compensate our takes on albums and have look back at the highs and Lows and what stands out on these specific albums, artist, movies, sports etc!!!! Today post will be looking back at Logics classic The incredible true story!!!!! I will be posting pushintheculture take on here and be sure to check out his page later today for My take and Opinion on this album so stay tuned!!!!
Q: @pushintheculture what is it about TITS that perpetuates and amazes you cuz????
A - I'm not saying that this is Logic's best lyrical prefomance by any means, but he definitely delivers some great bars. To be expected with him, there is a very attention grabbing flow. Tracks like "Upgrade", "Innermission", "Lord Willin", and "Stainless" are all examples of this, where he really tests the limits of his flow, and does so efficiently. He also shines on "Young Jesus", and he also does some really nice rounds My favorite verse on this album is probably the 2nd half of "City of Stars", mainly because of its great balance between subject matter, wordplay, flows, and it's overall placement in the song. Subject matter really is a strong point on this album. Young Lenbo, who is a great addition. Examples of this can be seen on tracks like "Never Been", where he talks about how he wants to help people believe in themselves, which has become a reacuring theme throughout the latter half of his discography, and "Innermission" where Logic gets into detail about his childhood friend who had the same circumstances as him, and the irony that Logic made it out, while his friend is serving 14 years in prison. He had great vocal contributions on "Lord Willin", "City of Stars", and "Innermission", where Lucy Rose takes the hook. A great job by Logic with his undeniable lyricism, as he shows us that he's still a force to be reckoned with in the new school.
Rating: 8.3/10 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
I think TITS is his best album overall, but I think Sinatra 2 was his best lyrically