That’s the resounding message the rapper’s hopeful new single “One Day” featuring OneRepublic's Ryan Tedder, on which Logic reflects on his own rags-to-riches story. He fills the verses with juxtapositions his past and present, comparing a childhood “drugs in the household” and spending time “homeless in the blistering cold” with “the day I made a million.”
But, as always, he paints this potentially bleak picture in a hopeful light. In the chorus, Logic cuts through Tedder’s soulful repetition the words “one day” to declare his goals for himself, telling his fans and himself that one day he will “do it like I never did it” and “have the courage to go out and get it.” Tedder finishes f strong with his own words encouragement, belting out the lines “only thing I know, it’s gonna be alright.”
The rapper, known for his reflective and anthemic lyricism, announced the new single on Thursday (July 26) with a tweet that read, “Making music is fun, but music with a message is so more important!!! This one is for anyone with a dream!!”
Logic is currently on the last week The Bobby Tarantino vs. Everybody tour with Kyle and NF, which corresponded with the release his Bobby Tarantino II mixtape.