Logic – Confessions of a Dangerous Mind Review

Confessions of a Dangerous Mind is the latest album by American rapper Sir Robert Bryson Hall II, better known by his stage monkiker, Logic. Logic has made albums in the past and while there were some people who liked his albums, there were also those did not like his albums. He released Under Pressure, The Incredible True StoryEverybodyYSIV, respectively, and has proceeded them with this, his fifth album.

The album begins with the title track “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind” and it is a song that summarizes the ethos of the album to the listener.

The following track is the previously released Eminem featuring single, “Homicide”. There may be things that can be said about the song but one thing is certain, it definitely features Eminem and Logic rapping over a beat by SHROOM and that it is four minutes and six seconds long.

The album runs in a similar fashion for the rest of its run time which clocks in at around an hour in length. There are certainly things that can be said about Confessions of a Dangerous Mind. It has a beginning and it has an end. There are songs in between that beginning and end and they feature Logic rapping over beats with a few guests.

Some people will listen to Confessions of a Dangerous Mind and like it. Some people will listen to Confessions of a Dangerous Mind and dislike it. If you like it, then you like it. If you’re one of the people who dislike it, then you dislike it. Different people have different tastes and as such, will like and appreciate different things. And there is nothing wrong with that.

In summary, it is an undeniable fact that Confessions of a Dangerous Mind is an album.

Album out of 5

By Hagen McMenemy

Hey there,

I’m Hagen McMenemy, a lover of the video game media that is setting out to be one of the voices providing in-depth analyses and critiques of video games that eschews the hype and inflation from major media outlets.

To me, video games are a form of art and should be approached as such. I believe that like any art form, video games deserve to be analyzed and enjoyed with a thoughtful approach. While typical video games reviews that look to judge a video game on objective metrics as a product are useful, that is not my goal.

I’m a native of Alabama currently living in Detroit with my cat Dusty.

When not playing or writing about video games, I work as a technical writer for an SEO Firm.

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