- Summary: The third full-length studio release for the Maryland rapper is a concept album with themes of race and religion with guest appearances from Black Thought, Big Lenbo, Alessia Cara, Chuck D, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Ansel Elgort, Damian Lemar Hudson, Juicy J, Khalid, Killer Mike, No I.D., and Lucy Rose.
- Record Label: Def Jam
- Genre(s): Rap, Pop-Rap, Contemporary Rap
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May 17, 2017Hip Hop’s gatekeepers will say that timing and the repetitive nature of Logic’s lyrics hurts Everybody but for Logic’s younger core fan base, especially those going through struggles of their own, his latest work will be the catharsis to keep them from plunging off the deep end.
May 12, 2017“Amiable” is sort of the operant word for Everybody, which, like Joey Badass’ All-Amerikkan Bada$$, strives to create a trenchant pop-rap polemic for the Trump era, but unlike that record—or any other record ever, for that matter—frequently gets lost in minutes-long spoken-word segues in which Neil DeGrasse Tyson speaks as a benevolent god about the nature of self-worth.
May 20, 2017You may not agree, but this is a 10/10 album if I've ever seen one. The production, lyrics, and story are top notch, and while much of theYou may not agree, but this is a 10/10 album if I've ever seen one. The production, lyrics, and story are top notch, and while much of the focus is on Logic being bi-racial, a lot of it is also universal, wishing to help people and end hate. And his talks about race are fascinating and ring true to me. He has a lot to say here, and while I completely understand the divide that this album brings, I personally believed that this album is a fantastic work of art in every possibly way.… Expand
Jun 2, 2018Everybody is not like any other rap album, except for My Dark Twisted Fantasy - shout out to Timothy Golden's review - or other Logic albums.Everybody is not like any other rap album, except for My Dark Twisted Fantasy - shout out to Timothy Golden's review - or other Logic albums. The music and production is reminiscent of the production on MDTF because of it's extremely high-quality, amazing, and just plain great-sounding. "Hallelujah" has utterly amazing music that blows me away, the beat and hook on "America" is killer and addictive, and "Mos Definitly" has amazing music. The chorus on "Confess" is fantastic in terms of production and musical quality. "1-800" has powerful music and lyrics, and "Anziety" and "Black" sound plain great. The music on Everybody just sounds plain amazing; painstakingly created and nearly perfect.
Another big plus on Everybody is Logic's rapping. Logic raps (and occasionally sings) very well on this album and absolutely kills it on the title track and "Killing Spree."
The lyrics on this album actually say something, and preach solid, meaningful messages for the most part. There are a few missteps, however, specifically on the songs "America" and the final song. "America" has some extremely false lyrics and claims about Trump and Bush, calling them horrible people and racists. The final song is annoyingly and frustratingly repetitive, but the ending is one of Everybody's best moments. The delivery and lyrics at the last minute and a half of the final song are incredible.
Everybody is as finely-crafted and stunning as it's album cover, and even more impressive and enjoyable. Everybody is a musical masterpiece and actually has some real lyrics substance, but does have a few errors. Still, it's a great rap album. It's a 9.… Expand
May 13, 2017Far from perfect but still better than most. I would say if you are not the intended audience for songs like Anziety, 1-800 etc. it can feel aFar from perfect but still better than most. I would say if you are not the intended audience for songs like Anziety, 1-800 etc. it can feel a little odd listening to it, and could be why some dislike those songs. However, if you relate to the topic the songs are very powerful. However, like Joey Bada$$, Logic celebrates his black heritage and culture, and points out issues but forgets to come up with solutions or discuss it more in depth. The concept itself is grandiose and very mindbending, but Logic did not push it through as well. He could have developed the story more in my opinion, and made some of the dialogue a little less overt and more subtle to make it seem less "corny" or like you are being spoonfed. The Incredible True Story developed and told the story much more effectively, but that is besides the point. Logic should have taken up J. Cole's advice in "AfricAryan" and dropped the "black and white sh--", and included less about him, and more about others. We know his story, and bringing it up again is a little redundant.
That being said, Logic puts in a lot more thought into his albums that most, and I commend him on his ambitions. Few are willing to take risks, and here he took a big risk, that depending on who you are, will be miscalculated or perfect.… Expand
May 16, 2017Logic puts forth a few notable songs that speak true, however, he ultimately does not display the creativity and longevity that he has theLogic puts forth a few notable songs that speak true, however, he ultimately does not display the creativity and longevity that he has the potential for. Themes such as his mixed race come up explicitly in every song and are not built upon, but instead he uses it to express a view of world civility that is just about preached by everyone else.… Expand
May 16, 2017It's really average, there's so little rapping in it that it gets annoying with him just talking to end the beat. Which is a shame because,It's really average, there's so little rapping in it that it gets annoying with him just talking to end the beat. Which is a shame because, when he raps his lyrics are sharp and his flow is really on point, but the lack of actual rapping drags this album down… Expand
May 24, 2017this sucks, i can't believe logic would but out almost 2/3 talking. What happened to the flow? How about the old logic?!? WHERE TF ISthis sucks, i can't believe logic would but out almost 2/3 talking. What happened to the flow? How about the old logic?!? WHERE TF IS HE!!!!!!!!>>>>>>>>!!!!!!!!!!!.13e232r… Expand
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