“Shimmy” is a visual collaboration between Logic and Joey BADA$$

Logic released his eighth studio album, College Park, in February, which features 17 tracks and contributions from artists such as Fat Trel, RZA, Norah Jones, Statik Selektah, Bun B, and more. In a new video released on Monday (March 13), the Maryland emcee shared a visual from his album entitled “Shimmy,” performed by Joey BADA$$ and inspired by a late Wu-Tang legend.

The accompanying clip for the 6ix and Soundtracks-produced single, which is directed by JT Clemente, offers viewers an insight into the collaborations’ studio session, and takes viewers inside the collaborators’ workspace. There are several times during the song when an animated version of ODB appears in different forms, with Logic and BADA$$ catching vibes.

It was recently reported that Logic, also known as Lil Uzi Vert, was put on the hot seat following the performance of his cover of Ice Cube’s “It Was A Good Day.” Elaborating on his decision, Logic posted on TikTok and defended his decision to cover the classic song.

“There’s a lot of anger towards me, because I did a cool cover of Ice Cube that everybody doesn’t like,” he said. “In the meantime, I sent Ice Cube a text which read, ‘Man, keep doing you, brother.’ After all, who gives a damn?”

In addition, Logic stated, “I should do an album of hard-hitting records from the 90s, and name it Logic’s Greatest Hits, pay all of them, secure their publishing rights, and make sure I pay all the legends, the GOATs, and all the greats of the ‘90s.”


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