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Logic & Rag'n'Bone Man Drop 'Broken People' from Soundtrack to Netflix 'Bright' Film

Logic, 2017
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Logic performs on stage at The O2 Academy Brixton on Oct. 31, 2017 in London, England.

Logic celebrated Tuesday's (Nov. 28) double Grammy nominations -- song of the year and best music video for his hit "1-800-273-8255" -- by promptly giving the people more music. The rapper unveiled a collaboration with UK blues singer Rag'n'Bone Man called "Broken People" off of Bright, an upcoming Netflix movie starring Will Smith.  

Staying in theme with Logic's current album, Everybody, "Broken People" addresses issues in society at large. In the visuals released with the song -- including lyrics and footage from the film -- we see a mural on a garage depicting police brutality.   

"I do it for the people," Logic raps. "I'm fighting so we be equal / For my son and my sequel." Logic's rapping is supplemented by Rag's blues-fused chorus, where he cuts through to listeners with his gravelly voice singing, "We're broken people now / We're burning out / So cold and bleeding now / Gonna let you down."  

Bright's full soundtrack will be released through Atlantic Records and features other big-name artists including Bastille, Machine Gun Kelly, Ty Dolla $ign, Camila Cabello, Migos, Marshmello, Future, Lil Uzi Vert, A$AP Rocky, Portugal. The Man and more.  

The film follows Smith and Joel Edgerton (who plays an orc and Smith's co-cop) in an alternative universe where humans are cohabitant with mystical creatures. The Ringer described the film as a cross between Bad Boys (also Smith's) and Lord of the Rings.  

Logic has not acknowledged "Broken People" on any of his social media accounts yet because he's been a little busy freaking out about the Grammy thing.  

But you can listen to and view "Broken People" below, while looking forward to the full Bright: The Album release on Dec. 13Bright arrives to Netflix on Dec. 22.