Confessions of a Dangerous Mind
Confession of a Dangerous Mind is an album by LOGIC,
The album Confessions of a Dangerous Mind. The album is the album after his Young Sinatra series is actually very interesting. The album talked about Logic experienced with anxiety, and other problems that he faced in life. On this album, he also brought Eminem as a featured artist. Logic himself talked about Eminem’s influence on his career. Eminem who just wrapped up his solo tour also did amazing with his KAMIKAZE album.
The video for Confessions of a Dangerous Mind was released on March 19, and it featured with Logic was dripping in blood. There are parts of the lyrics that featured his anxiety and depression. “I’m just way too driven, that’s why I been thinkin’ I’m scared that I’m sinkin’, I’m scared that I’m fallin'” this is however not Logic’s first song to talk about depression. In the past, his song 1-800-273-8255 that featured Alessia Cara, and Khalid, Logic expressed about anxiety and depression.
Later in May, Logic dropped the song that featured Eminem titled Homicide. On the song Logic expressed on the criticism that he got, as he always told that his lyrics are mostly a little bit repetitive. Let’s say a lot of people said that Logic talked about his mix-raced over and over. But that doesn’t mean is a good or bad thing. Purely it really depends on your preferable songs.
Eminem’s verse, however, could be the king of this song, with Eminem’s fast bars, clearly everyone knows why is Eminem is the “Rap God”. The lyric contained several reference like the You about to get out-rhymed, how could I be dethroned?. Eminem is known to be the wordplay king, his rhymes are known to be the best in the game. And actually on the Rap God lyrics, Be a king? Think not, why be a king when you can be a God?.
The interesting part of the album is that there is a lot of featured artists including his dad. Which I think it’s very interesting on how he showed his relationship with his father. But at the end of the day, it is one of the best Logic’s album to date.