Logic feat. Lucy Rose – Wake Up

Just a month after its premiere, Logic brings his “Wake Up” track to life in the accompanying music video.

Directed by Mac Grant and Chad Tennies, the D.M.V. rapper reflects on the harsh realities of growing up while depicted inside a household that displays various scenarios from a woman smoking weed and a kid playing with a firearm to a home robbery and a couple making out on the couch.

Featuring a narrative by Lucy Rose, “Wake Up” is the first single from Logic’s upcoming independent debut, College Park, which drops February 24.


All Platforms: https://logic.lnk.to/WakeUpID
Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/album/college-park/1663537099
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/1wea451SlpJfqRy4YVK867

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If I did it back then might have dropped dead
Know a nigga doing life cause he’s a hot head


Everyday I wake up (repeated)

Can’t get enough
No I can’t get enough
Took another rap though I never ended up in cuffs
Had a gat in my hand but I didn’t want to be that man
Look in the mirror couldn’t see that man
Pick up the pen, never stick up the men,
Only pick up the stick if I need to defend
If I did it back then might have dropped dead
Know a nigga doing life cause he’s a hot head

Took a ride through my city the other day
Wonder what would’ve happened if it all went the other way
Jump in the whip now I reminisce
On the days when I was running ‘round the Ave
Could have never imagined the way that my life would’ve turned out
And all of the things that I have
I ain’t talking material, talking about my material
The shit that I’m writing, the shit that I’ve been through
I went through the worst but I made it out
Like the Alpha Omega done showed me the way it could go
Yeah he laid it out
Instead of sitting on the beach
I’m reconnecting with the streets
He wasn’t paying attention
I was praying for ascension
No need to need to mention my attention to detail
Homie we will prevail, lotta motherfuckers wanna wake up everyday
Then they murder they own but they know there’s another way
Fuck all that violence and drugs in communities
This song right here is immunity
They call it the trap cause they trapping us
Take our money then they don’t give it back to us
Black man can’t even get himself a bachelor
Dropped out of school then he picked up a spatula
Cause he never had a good role model just a hood role model
Now I know that’s the old model
We breaking that cycle
I think I see the finish line
Got a vision now, don’t diminish mine
Lotta brothers in the hood doing good
And I know I see see it all the time
But they only wanna push
All the drugs, and all the crime, on channel 9
Fuck all that fallacy this shit right here for my people
People that struggle, people work hard as they can but don’t they still don’t feel equal
Trust me I know
I’ve been there before
Trust me I know
That feeling won’t never go

Lucy Rose:
On a beautiful autumn day in 2011
Logic and his friends drive through the slums of College Park
In a Chevy Impala
Around the streets of Prince George’s County
Cruising through an unknown universe
Beginning a journey that would inevitably alter the course
Of not only their own but the lives of millions of people around the world

About Logic:

Sir Robert Bryson Hall II, aka Logic, is an American rapper, singer and songwriter based out of Los Angeles, California. He was born in Gaithersburg, Maryland and spent most of his life there before moving to Los Angeles in 2013. Hall had a very tough childhood, in which both of his parents struggled with substance abuse and could barely make ends meet. Logic often found himself caught up in these illicit activities but decided that he wouldn’t end up like his parents, and decided to take up rapping. After releasing a few mixtapes and seeing modest success, he moved in with fellow music artist Big Lenbo, and made his songs out of Lenbo‘s basement for quite some time. It was not until he released his debut album Under Pressure in 2014 that Logic could finally move out and have a place to call his own. The rest, as they say, is history.

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