Everybody

Album: Everybody (2017)
Charted: 59 29
  • The title track of Logic's Everybody album, this was also the first song the Maryland MC wrote for the project back in 2015.
  • Logic was born to an African-American father and a Caucasian mother. During this song he's letting it be known that he has experienced racism from both ends.

    "It sucks and it hurts, but I'm here to say that we're all people and we all are treated f---ed up," he told Genius. "I wanna be there to say something for people in the biracial community as well, that's it."
  • Logic speaks about unity during the hook.

    Everybody people, everybody bleed, everybody need something
    Everybody love, everybody know, how it go
    Everybody people, everybody bleed, everybody need something
    Everybody love, everybody know.


    Logic explained: "I think we live in the era where some ignorant muthaf---er can just be like, 'What is this all lives matter s--t?' F--k you mean dog? Chill out with it. This is beautiful and I'm just here to say that.

    Everybody has experiences and everybody has highs and lows and this and that. And I'm here to shed light on what needs to be said and I'll pick up the flag and wave it of anybody who is in despair or in need of help or voice, that's real s--t. Like straight up, 100 million and trillion percent."
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