On An Island Of Isolation, Logic Says He Feels Like He’s Buried Alive (Audio)

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Gearing up for Under Pressure (October 21), Logic admits to feeling just that. “Buried Alive” is a confession in audio, not unlike some of the moments heard from the Baltimore, Maryland’s contemporaries such as Kendrick Lamar and Chance The Rapper. Feeling alone, the Visionary Music Group MC talks about fame-seekers, groupies, and those simply looking to score points off of him, and those moments where he doesn’t want to be noticed, pressured, or filled with expectations.

This is an honest moment, and Logic goes as far as providing the sung chorus on his own Dun Deal-produced track.


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