Logic has dropped his new album, Everybody,

Infused with socio-political messages the touch on his experiences being biracial and address issues ranging from race to suicide and spirituality, to self-love and self-worth in a society that's hyper-focused on faux validation from outside sources instead of from within, Everybody is arguably presented as his most ambitious project to date (just look at the cover art).

Keeping with the theme of the project, the 27 year-old calls on some of the most insightful lyricists making music—including Black Thought and Chuck D who both show up on "America" and probably one of the most important voices making music right now, Killer Mike, who blesses us with a sermon-like outro on "Confess" where he angrily questions God about why Black people continue to be oppressed and suffered, and asking Him to reveal Himself. Juicy J also shows up on "Ink Spot" for a back-and-forth with Logic that works.

But perhaps the highlight is the hidden J. Cole verse on the album (take a look at the album cover, in the top, righthand corner). We won't spoil it for you—take a listen below and check out some of the reactions below.

 

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