2015 has been looking for the year to launch Chicago emcee Logan into Hip-Hop prominence. After impressive singles, visuals, and an EP, we get Logan’s most cohesive project to date as he releases his debut album “1636”, executive produced by in-house producer Flight and features Pivot Gang’s Saba. Get familiar with Logan, the kid is about to take off!
FEO MOB leader Logan delivers his second official release to his debut project 1636 with “All Real”, produced by Flight and directed by J. Krown.
For the FEO MOB leader Logan, learning experiences are a dimes a dozen in a daily basis as he continues to grind “24/7” to the release of his forthcoming debut project 1636. The most fascinating aspect of this track relates to racial appropriation of Hip-Hop culture which is the only thing that Logan lives for. He was raised on the greats and uses that as motivation to continue to reach Hip-Hop’s celestial echelon.
Follow FEO MOB leader Logan in his documentary/short film series “Road To 1636 Episode 1”, in which we get footage of the Chicago emcee in the making of his music videos, in studio, and opening up for Iggy Azalea at ISU alongside Taylor Bennett. Peep the last track he performed as well, not sure I heard it before but definitely hoping we get to hear it in full length soon enough.