Logic Drops ‘Soul Food II’ Off ‘No Pressure’ Album
Logic Soul Food II No Pressure: Following the arrival of his supposed last album “No Pressure,” Logic tells the whole unadulterated truth on the bar-overwhelming “Soul Food II.”
Logic has all too regularly been the victim of living under a magnifying glass, with fans and haters the same habitually deconstructing his music with extreme attention to detail.
It in the long run appeared to stifle the man known as Bobby Tarantino, who chose to enjoy a concise reprieve to reshuffle. Now, new off some quality work at the residence interfacing with his young family, Logic has formally come back with No Pressure.
They don’t love you ’til you dead and then they call you profound, no matter how mainstream you was in the end, you still underground,” he spits. “That’s the truth, feeling close to the cliff, like Rick Dalton in the booth / money ain’t the key to happiness and this the proof, modern-day rap is like a golden era spoof.”
Listen to The jam below. Also, stream ‘No Pressure’ here.
They don’t love you ’til you dead and then they call you profound
No matter how mainstream you was in the end, you still underground
That’s the truth, feeling close to the cliff, like Rick Dalton in the booth
Money ain’t the key to happiness and this the proof
Modern-day rap is like a golden era spoof