Logic Rocks The Multi-Syllabic Rhyme Scheme In His Backroom Freestyle (Video)

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Logic’s Under Pressure release date (October 21) has been an all out blitz of content. From free album streams, camera crews meeting his parents in the livingroom, interviews, and everything between, it would not be complete without a freestyle from the proven star of the free-form approach.

Hitting the “106 & Park” Backroom, Logic goes in about outsiders counting his money, his ceaseless phonecalls, and the women suddenly taking second looks at the kid from Maryland-turned-Def Jam breakout. Within the rhyme, which includes a fast-rap breakdown, check out the internal rhymes, multi-syllabic rhymes, and just the exquisite display of putting words together and saying something in the process:

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