Marshay Logan - Forever Wildin' - Stereo Stickman

Marshay Logan Forever Wildin’


Big-band vibes and classic, cleanly mixed rap bars make up the brilliantly colorful, uplifting and heartfelt new album from New York’s Marshay Logan.

Starting things up is the boldly soulful groove of Certified Wavy, an instantly awakening track, with stylish guitars, Gospel choir warmth and sharp bars that lead with heart and intention.

Later Marshay offers the quickly memorable and anthemic Piece Talk, utilizing nostalgic cinematic design, before the deeply personal That’s Just Me delivers a folk-pop sense of space and organic musicianship.

Forever Wildin’ continues to impress throughout the motivational, piano-led and D-Day featuring We Up, then the unexpected RnB bliss of Rules For Side Girls, and afterwards the smooth arrangement of a confidently honest Walk Away.

Cinematic sound-design returns for the haunting, gritty and lyrically smart Wolves, after which the simple rhythm and smokey jazz vibe of Misfit emerges at just the right moment.

During the final quarter, Visions is a memorable highlight for its again folk-like set-up and the conceptual depth of these reflective verses. Kinda Famous lifts the mood further still for its humorous and intriguing observations on the impact of commercial success, before the iconic Marshay Logan Type Beat wraps things up with a defiant sense of self-aware identity and style.

Refreshingly crisp, clean and musically eclectic, Forever Wildin’ is a boldly entertaining album, from an artist with a clear appreciation for the roots of Rap and the overall embrace of music in all of its forms. Well-worth a few streams this summer and beyond.

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Rebecca Cullen

Founder & Editor

Founder, Editor, Musician & MA Songwriter

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