Logic’s new 13-track album Everybody is now available! The project brings on features from Run The Jewels’ Killer Mike, Juicy J, Khalid, Alessia Cara, famous scientist Neil deGrasse Tyson and more.
He’s already shared a few strong singles off the project including “Black Spiderman”, the title track “Everybody” and “1-800-273-8255” to lead off the album. The LP focuses on a concept of unity between all types of people as he embraces positivity and love. Like his past releases Logic shows off his impressive production talents as well as his technical rapping skills. Stream the full album below and enjoy!
Logic – Everybody | iTunes
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Meyers played clips of Ryan railing against Democrats in 2009 when Congress sought to pass the Affordable Care Act, criticizing the other side for “muscling through” a bill that “we haven’t read” and “don’t know how much [it’ll] cost.”
House Republicans celebrated passing the Obamacare repeal bill on Thursday, even though multiple representatives admitted that they had not read the entire bill, and the House voted before the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released its report evaluating the financial ramifications of it.
“Everything that Paul Ryan claimed to hate about the Obamacare process in 2009, he’s doing now,” Meyers said. “Republicans are lying through their teeth about the impacts of the bill on premiums and pre-existing conditions and hoping no one will catch them because there’s no CBO score. And until last night, there was no text.”
He added, “Americans are being conned, and there will be consequences for people doing the conning.”
Watch the whole takedown in the video above.
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