Logic Will Release a Documentary With New ‘Everybody’ Album
Logic is gearing up for an epic rollout for his upcoming Everybody album, and it looks like fans will be getting a full viewing experience to coincide with the release. While the project is slated to drop this Friday, May 5, the Maryland rapper is also preparing a documentary that fans can view before or after listening to the studio LP, which is reported to have a sci-fi and religious theme.
The documentary will apparently be available for fans to obtain when they purchase a copy of the deluxe version of the project. Last month, Logic released two teaser videos to get his supporters excited, which featured Killer Mike as well as producer No. I.D. The Under Pressure MC also posted the official poster to the documentary, which reveals Justin Fleischer and Mike Holland as the directors for the film project. Peep that below.
While details about the documentary are still scarce, we do have a sense of what the album itself will sound like, seeing how Logic has already dropped its title track, as well as his empowering "Black Spiderman" record. He also recently released a powerful new song called "1-800-273-8255" featuring Alessia Cara and Khalid. The song is named after the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.
Take a look at the official flyer for Logic's upcoming Everybody documentary below, and stay tuned for the album's official release this Friday.
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