Logic Announces New Album ‘Everybody’

Logic is back. The Maryland MC has announced his third album Everybody.

Due May 5, the project follows 2015’s The Incredible True Story and 2014’s Under Pressure. Last year, Logic dropped Bobby Tarantino, an 11-track mixtape.

The deluxe edition of Everybody will include a full-length documentary on the making of the album, giving fans unprecedented access to Logic’s life and creative process. Pre-orders will be available starting Friday, March 31.

Logic unveiled the illustrated album cover in a trailer. It features children at a museum more than 300 years into the future. They are in awe of the artwork, which was done by Sam Spratt, the same artist who worked on Under Pressure, The Incredible True Story, and Bobby Tarantino.

The children in the video are accompanied by an adult guide. “That is how people looked back then,” she tells the kids. “Back in the day, there were different creeds, nationalities, colors. But it’s all different now.”

Last year, Logic announced that his album would be called AfricAryaN. The since-scrapped title focused on Young Sinatra’s biracial makeup. In April of 2016, he also shared lyrics that he said would appear on his LP.

“I feel the Aryan in my blood is scarier than a Blood,” he rhymed in the clip. “Been lookin’ for holy water, now I’m prayin’ for a flood / It feel like time passin’ me by slower than a slug…But my beautiful black brothers wanna act like I’m adopted / Go back in time to when my ni**a daddy impregnated my cracker momma and stopped it / Somebody pinch me / Black man screaming, trying to convince me / I’m not black so why the white man wanna lynch me?”

Recently, Logic shared a message for fans on Twitter that seemed to hint towards his new album title. “Peace, Love and Positivity,” he wrote. “The fight for equality of Everybody regardless of race, religion, color, creed and sexual orientation!!!”