Logic’s ‘YSIV’ Album Tracklist Includes Wu-Tang Clan, Jaden Smith and More
Logic steadily reveals more information about his forthcoming album YSIV. The "44 More" rapper shared the tracklist to the LP via his social media accounts yesterday (Sept. 24), and based on the features, the project is already stacked up to be a success.
A highlight of 14-track album will certainly be the appearance from entirety of Wu-Tang Clan on "Wu Tang Forever," as Ghostface Killah, Raekwon, RZA, Method Man, Inspectah Deck, Cappadonna, Jackpot Scotty Wotty, U-God, Masta Killa and GZA are all featured.
Later on in the album, Wale also will contribute a verse on "100 Miles and Running" and Jaden Smith will be featured on "ICONIC"—perhaps an extension of his hit song "Icon."
Fans have been anxiously awaiting the Sept. 28 release of Bobby Tarantino's new album, and recently claimed that it's his best piece of work yet after an exclusive listening session.
Logic shared the cover art earlier this month, which is hand-drawn by longtime collaborator Sam Spratt. The creative work features Logic fashioned in the likeness of Frank Sinatra in his 1938 mugshot after being arrested for the crime of "seduction." His previous announcement of the album itself was done through his "YSIV Freestyle" which dropped in late August, and featured the former XXL Freshman spitting some serious bars about pop culture and his comparative clout.
Check out the tracklist for YSIV and Logic's announcement below.
Logic's YSIV Tracklist
1) "Thank You" Featuring Lucy Rose & The RattPack
2) "Everybody Dies"
3) "The Return"
4) "The Glorious Five"
5) "One Day" Featuring Ryan Tedder
6) "Wu Tang Forever" Featuring Ghostface Killah, Raekwon, RZA, Method Man, Inspectah Deck, Cappadonna, Jackpot Scotty Wotty, U-God, Masta Killa & GZA
7) "100 Miles And Running" Featuring Wale & John Lindahl
8) "Ordinary Day" Featuring Hailee Steinfeld
10) "Street Dreams II"
11) "The Adventures Of Stoney Bob" Featuring Kajo, Slaydro & Big Lenbo
13) "ICONIC" Featuring Jaden Smith
14) "Last Call"
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