Reason Disses Logic On ‘The Soul Pt. 2’
Reason Logic The Soul Pt. 2: With many actually considering Top Dawg Entertainment to be the exemplification of a hip-hop label greatness, it’s anything but difficult to compare the roster to a very much oiled machine – a working human body, even. Also, as Kendrick Lamar gave “The Heart,” so too did reasons give “The Soul.” With his own TDE debut standing ready, Reason has officially added another single to his developing collection, returning to an older series with “The Soul Pt 2.”
With the original filling in as his first official release on the Top Dawg roster, the sequel by and by places the journey to Fresh starts in context. “We created struggle music, so when Murphy’s Law kick in,” he spits, in the first of two protracted sections. “Get grittin’, we hustle through it, this real, ni**a, the feel different.” As the track hits the midpoint, the soulful and thoughtful piano beat changes into something unquestionably west-coast, inciting Reason to bring another stream and a resistant soul into the crease.
In the climactic bars, he even pauses for a minute to send a shot at the recently retired Logic, recognizing the numerous associations fans have made between their names. “See y’all mistake my name for Logic’s, y’all got me fucked up,” he announces. “How you compare a n**ga that take from the culture, versus a ni**a that’s for it? This shit gettin’ borin’.”
In spite of the fact that the track won’t be part of his forthcoming project, Reason actually paused for a minute to devote “The Soul Pt 2” to his loyal fans. “Thank you for being there for me during dark times forreal,” he composed, after the tune’s release.
Look at it for yourself, and sound off in case you’re excited for his new project.
See y’all mistake my name for Logic’s, y’all got me fucked up
How you compare a n**ga that take from the culture,
Versus a ni**a that’s for it? This shit gettin’ borin’
My limits are soarin’, the industry snorin’
Leave my city? Nah, ni**a, I’m here to restore it