Logic makes a comeback with a new cover because he isn’t allowing some criticism get to him.

Artists frequently post covers of songs by their peers, but Logic has encountered criticism. The DMV is back this week with a new version, this one featuring Bone Thugs-N-Harmony. He attempted the song “Weed Song” from the legendary Hip Hop group’s 2000 album, BTNHResurrection. Similar to his version of Ice Cube’s “It Was A Good Day,” this song also had a video to go along with it. The film, on the other hand, was very different because it showed Logic giving a glimpse into his home life and even showing him having fun shirtless and in his boxers.

Additionally, it appears that he is not taking his detractors too seriously. It’s unclear what has prompted the award-winner’s desire to cover classics, but it has created a bit of a stir. Hip Hop fans exploded on social media in response to the nod, even though Cube and his son O’Shea Jackson Jr. didn’t appear to object. Logic has encountered detractors before, but this surge was particularly vehement. Joe Budden soon became interested in him because Logic is a frequent subject of his rants. It’s obvious that Budden isn’t a supporter, and he begged Logic to quit the rap industry.

“Logic, I beg of you, I’m pleading with you: please join me in retirement,” Budden said. “Be allergic to microphones! Promise your fans nothing! Don’t go to the studio ever again! You are the worst, yo! You are really, really bad!” He also stated, “And then when we think he can’t get any worse, you have the bright idea of doing an Ice Cube flip… Logic is just not himself. I just think that Logic should be himself. He panders to the Black community every other second.”

Logic didn’t miss the call-out. He replied to the criticisms, though he avoided specifically mentioning Budden. Logic responded in a video to a supporter who suggested that he work on a covers record. The rapper responded, “You know it’s funny you should say that.” “Well, funny you should mention that, I considered doing that. Isn’t that something cool? Everyone is mad at me because I fcking covered an Ice Cube song. I texted Ice Cube in the meantime, and he replied, “Man, keep on doing you, brotha.” I mean, who the fck cares? Who the f*ck cares? View Logic’s most recent rendition of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony above, along with the original song by the Ohio hitmakers.

According to Rob Jewell, chief growth officer at Power Digital, “marketers remain unfazed as this is not their first encounter with a social media platform causing concern with privacy issues, and they know it will eventually settle down.”

And he is right. Recall Cambridge Analytica and Facebook? That was undoubtedly one of the earliest instances of a data privacy and advertising flashpoint, but the social network still managed to escape with little damage. In reality, up until recently, its advertising business was flourishing.


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