Logic May Be In Super Mario World But His Lyrics Are Not A Game (Video)

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Along with blistering verses, Logic clearly has a penchant for video games. Two years ago, when he released the video for “Under Pressure,” the title song for his debut album, it was a high octane combat adventure shot from the first person perspective like a real-life game of Call Of Duty. Fast forward and his recent Bobby Tarantino mixtape, released last month, features a song titled “Super Mario World.”

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Logic has released the video for the song and, naturally, it features an appearance from the beloved titular character, himself. Logic is shown hanging with the big homie in a variety of settings, from boats to basketball courts, and even sharing the stage with the red-hatted hero.

While the song, with its happy-go-lucky melody, and video are lighthearted, Logic still brings his trademark heat to the track, reminding that his wordplay is not a game.