• "44 More" is a song recorded by American rapper Logic. It was released via Def Jam Recordings on February 23, 2018, as Logic's first solo single since the release of Everybody. The song is a sequel to "44 Bars", a song from Logic's 2016 mixtape Bobby Tarantino.
• Lyrically, Logic discusses family issues and his thoughts on his current position in the rap industry, as well as addressing his detractors.
• Logic recorded the song in summer 2017 while on tour. He announced the song a day before its release. In the accompanying snippet, Logic speaks to his hater, rapping: "Can't let fame go to your head/ F--- with me watch where you tread/ I'm finna kill it instead". The song features references to singers Katy Perry
and Harry Styles.
"Sold more albums my week than Harry Styles and Katy Perry/If that ain't a sign of the times then I don't know what is, man this sh*t is scary," he raps.
• "44 More" features exactly 44 bars as well as an 808 beat laced with "skittering" hi-hats and synths, according to Rolling Stone's Ryan Reed. Aron A. of HotNewHipHop praised the song, calling it a "proof of [Logic's] abilities as an emcee", writing: "The production bangs heavy throughout this track and Logic showcases his slick wordplay and versatile flows throughout." Bianca Gracie of Fuse felt the song "gives the mainstream side a different side of the rapper" and thinks that it "will earn respect from lovers of rap music."
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