Logic says his new album started out as a Rock project
Logic explains how he created his new album, College Park, revealing he drew some inspiration from Andre 3000. The Maryland native shared a video on YouTube on Thursday (March 23) revealing that the album was initially a Rock effort, and was in part influenced by Andre's “weird” voice. He also spoke about RZA's feature on the album.
“This is back when the fucking album was half rock and roll,” Logic expounded. “I was like, ‘Alright, let's start it out with some weird shit. So the album starts really weird and different, but it's cool, though, and then it's like some weird vocally [André 3000], OutKast vibe. I'm rapping, then out of nowhere the RZA comes in and starts rapping about COVID.”
He added, “so he's rapping and I'm like, ‘Okay, what the fuck is this song?' Then I'm like, ‘Oh my God, what if this song is a dream sequence in a day in the life of me and my homies in Compton … driving in 2011 to an open mic night? Then I get to get away with this really weird intro that's dope as fuck and make it a dream about how Logic is waking up?