Logic Says Goodbye To Music With Final ‘No Pressure’ Album
Logic No Pressure Album: It’s the end of the road for Logic, as, after a seemingly colorful decade in music, the rapper has said goodbye with his sixth and final album, ‘No Pressure’.
‘No Pressure’ is a direct follow up to his 2014 debut album, ‘Under Pressure’. He also taps his longtime collaborator, No I.D for the production. It has been revealed also, that the album was written in a week.
The creation took all of four studio sessions between Logic and No I.D, which was then perfected over the span of the following year.
All 15 tracks of ‘No Pressure’ alludes to the Maryland rapper’s skills and dedication to the craft. His passion and talent are undeniable, even if Joe Budden may not agree so much.
The rapper’s retirement came as a rude shock to die-hard fans, especially as he broke his social media hiatus to make the announcement. “It’s been a great decade. Now it’s time to be a great father,” he shared.
Although he may be gone from the rap scene, he may not be far from music entirely. The rapper disclosed that fans could stream him weekly on Twitch, as part of his multi-million dollar deal with the platform.
Stream Logic’s No Pressure on Spotify and Apple Music below.