The wait is over; Logic's new mixtape is here, and it's nothing short of a masterpiece. There are very few artists who can create expectations and then put out a project that simultaneously meets them whilst also dashing them, but that's what exactly what Logic and the team at Visionary have done. All too often, the singles leading up to a project release are the best tracks on the project as a whole, effectively making it a let down. But did Logic do that? No sir. The singles were good. The rest of the tape - NASTY (and I'm not talking about the single).
It has the lyricism we've all come to love and expect from him; it has the smooth beats that are so dope to vibe to; it has all the emotion and honesty that Logic's craft is based in. It even has some kickass features from XXL Freshmen, past and old. But for anyone who's been with Logic for a while, one of the best aspects of the tape is the fact that he co-produced quite a few of the tracks. I've said it before, and I'll say it again: when an artist produces their own music, they have access to a level of creative cohesiveness and control that few others do, and it shines through.
So yeah, maybe the mixtape title is a little cocky. But truthfully, after listening through, that confidence doesn't seem misplaced in the least. "Welcome to Forever" indeed, Logic.