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Logic released his Ryan Tedder-assisted single “One Day” back in July and today the Rattpack leader has just delivered “a very important” visual that depicts critical political issues we are facing today.
— Bobby Biracial (@Logic301) August 16, 2018
Logic continues his theme of offering cinematic approaches to his musical videos, with “1-800-273-8255” serving as a powerful message about bullying and LGBT issues. “One Day” explores the harsh reality of border patrol.
As Logic raps over the piano-heavy track, spitting, “And it don’t matter where you at,if you white, if you black, if you rich or you poor, we gon’ always want more,” the visual follows the journey of those who endure the strife of being separated from their families due to border regulations, racism division, and more.
Showing chilling scenes of small children, alone and in cages at shelters, to scenes of students enduring bullying in school, Teddy and Logic help narrate the story of how social injustices impact us all and has a powerful twist by the visual’s end.
Watch “One Day” below: