First, a slight backstory: actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt created an open online community titled HITRECORD, which essentially gives artists all over the world a platform to create together. This leads us to Logic‘s collaboration with the entity: titled “Do What You Love,” the Maryland artist connects with 20 musicians to create a dope, melodic track — complete with a visualized jam session at a gas station:
This song is the result of a unique collaborative experiment. Logic put the call out around the world for anybody and everybody to collaborate with him on an original song. The first time any of them had ever met in person was to shoot this video.
Check out “Do What You Love” below (as well as a behind the scenes showcasing how it all came together) and check out more of HITRECORD here.
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