Logic Re-Interprets a Common Classic In Finding Forever (Audio)

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Common’s longtime producer and collaborator No I.D. is the same music executive who put a Def Jam jacket on Logic’s shoulders. Perhaps one of the selling points for the Baltimore, Maryland independent juggernaut to ink with the label was related to No I.D.’ closeness to the movement with Comm Sense. In “Finding Forever,” Logic nods to one of Rashid’s many comeback songs, the Kanye West-assisted “Go.” 6ix reconfigures the beat, while Logic breaks down his staying power, salutes his crew, and mentions some of the Comm-centric things he loves about Hip-Hop.


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