Logic had a skit for “AfricAryaN, from astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, on Logic’s fourth studio album Everybody and It turns out, the biggest surprise is saved for last, as J. Cole, who is not credited as a feature on the 12-minute epic, enters with a lo-fi beat change. As someone with more experience in the rap game than Logic, Cole offers his collaborator advice, both for his career and his bi-racial identity, which Logic’s previous verses center around. Earlier in the verse, he raps from Logic’s own perspective, summarizing his story before offering his take. He closes the verse with the argument that one cannot find true happiness through others, but only oneself and God. you may think that ” the controversially-titled closing track , has revealed all of its cards.
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