Bohemian Trapsody

Album: Supermarket (Soundtrack) (2019)

Songfacts®:

  • Logic recorded this trap-twist on Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" for his Supermarket album. The disc is a musical companion to Logic's debut novel of the same title. Published under his real name, Bobby Hall, according to a description on its website the novel centers around a "depressed, recently dumped" supermarket employee named Flynn. When he discovers a crime scene after clocking in at work one morning, his life is turned upside down.
  • The song begins with Logic comparing himself to a satellite traveling "at the speed of light" demonstrating how good he's feeling. During the hook, Logic talks about his relationship with a new lover. He promises to reveal "his all" for her once he has "fallen" for the woman. The track ends with Logic talking about how since he started smoking marijuana, it has helped his mental state.

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