Just one day removed from being announced as a nominee for the 2018 Grammy Awards, Logic pulls up with "Broken People," a new Rag'n'Bone Man-assisted cut from Netflix's Bright soundtrack.

Featuring a solemn piano, "Broken People" finds Logic showcasing his typically dynamic rapping as he spits about being doubted and succeeding despite that. Rag'n'Bone Man supplies a soulful hook.

“We’re broken people now,” he belts out on the track. “We’re burning out/So cold and bleeding now/Gonna let you down/We’re broken people now.”

From there, Logic takes us through the struggle with a nimble verse. "Tell me that I won't ever be nothing, ain't that something?/I've risen from the bottom/I got 'em eyes on the prize and inside 'em/Damn right I overcame, y'all know the name/We similar but never been the same/Everybody, yeah they know the name/Right now, we'll make it some how/We'll make it some way," spits Bobby Tarantino.

For the new track, Atlantic Records also let loose an accompanying lyric video. There's even bits of movie footage shown. Dope.

Also featured on the Bright soundtrack are the likes of Migos, DRAM, Ty Dolla $ign and Machine Gun Kelly. Check out "Broken People" below. Bright begins streaming on Netflix Dec. 22.

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