Canadian Artist and producer Logan Wood is back with a brand new project entitled Pardon My Name. The 7 track EP is self-produced and written by Logan who gives quite an incredible performance with choice topics that listeners can rock with.
The EP starts with “Delivery”, a cinematic track made up of a haunting piano riff and dark synths. Logan opens up with an impassioned flow and bravado raps. This is followed by the title track which continues Logan’s lyric-heavy style over a bouncy trap backdrop and it also comes with a memorable hook as well. “D.S.P.T-U” is an acronym for Drink, Smoke, Plot, Turn-Up and sees Logan having fun as he steps onto the scene with a carefree flow and ethereal soundscape. The mood changes as the track “Why Them, Not Me” comes in with its somber aesthetics. The record digs deep into the concept of finding success in the music industry. He reflects on the way the industry has changed in this modern era and how success seems to elude him even though he is multi-talented. The fifth track “High Enough” has an off-kilter and moody vibe with a speaker crunching bassline perfect for clubs and car stereos. As expected Logan goes all out with the rhyme schemes and witty wordplay. The EP closes out with “All Night Long (All I Want)”, a heartfelt track written for his girl and it showcases a vulnerable side of the rapper.
The project is quite engaging and shows how Logan can switch up his style at will and still be comfortable and natural.