Logic Takes Aim at His Critics On Blistering 'YSIV Freestyle,' Announces New Album 'Young Sinatra 4'

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Logic attends the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards at Radio City Music Hall on Aug. 20, 2018 in New York City. 

With a number one album and successful world tour already under his belt in 2018, Logic still happens to be hungry for more. After delivering his blistering track "The Return," Logic returned on Tuesday (Aug. 28) with another punchy offering.

Titled "YSIV Freestyle," Logic taps back into his Young Sinatra days and unleashes a flurry of haymakers aimed skeptics who question whether he still has the juice lyrically. "They say they want the old Logic/The one that flow like a faucet/I'm still the same me/They just don't believe it like they agnostic/If I spit over the boom bap they perceive it as nostalgic," Logic spews. 

Later, towards the tailend of his freestyle, Logic reveals that the fourth installment of his acclaimed series, Young Sinatra, will be out Sept. 28. "Young Sinatra 4, the album, September 28th. Bringing that boom bap back for the RattPack," he says on the outro. 

So far, Logic has kept his fans fully fed with his recent releases. Not only has he dropped "The Return" and his newly-released "YSIV Freestyle," but earlier this summer, he joined forces with Ryan Tedder for his poignant track "One Day." 

Watch his "YSIV Freestyle" below. 


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