Logic Aims For Lyrical Supremacy in 'Everybody Dies' Video: Watch

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Logic, "Everybody Dies"

With his forthcoming album Young Sinatra IV on the horizon, Logic is back with another video. After decimating his foes on "YSIV Freestyle," Young Bobby returns to the same room he filmed his last visual for his new clip "Everybody Dies" today (Sept. 19).

In hopes of luring back avid boom-bap lovers, Logic taps Mike Holland for his latest flick, in which he rattles off two poignant verses. "I just took a hiatus and wrote a novel, motherfucker/I got more verses than the Holy Bible, motherfucker/'Cause I'm sittin' on five, unreleased albums/Greatest of all time, no lyin', that's the outcome," Logic spews. Despite the minimal setting, Holland makes sure to inject vintage Hollywood films to spice up the video.

Since the start of the month, Logic has ramped up his content level by releasing a phalanx of records for YSIV, including "One Day," "The Return" and "Everybody Dies." On Sunday (Sept. 16, the DMV upstart alerted fans that he nabbed features from members of the Wu-Tang Clan for newest endeavor. 

"You know how like sometimes you not supposed to give secrets about your album, but then you tell everybody you have the entire Wu-Tang Clan featured on your album," Logic says in the short clip. "You didn't even release the tracklist, but the whole Wu-Tang...RZA, GZA, Inspectah Deck."

Be prepared for some heavy boom-bap vibes on Sept. 28, but until then, check out "Everybody Dies" below. 


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