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Logic Announces Retirement Following ‘No Pressure’ Release

The album is now live, check below

Logic fans have been craving the release of No Pressure like never before. After months of silence on social media – the date for Logic’s final album has been revealed: July 24th. He also revealed that Sam Spratt designed the record’s cover artwork. Fans on the internet are also trying to decipher what parts of the artwork mean.

Along with the release date announcement, Logic also revealed he will retire following the album. A true shock to his millions of fans around the world. His statement reads “It’s been a great decade. Now it’s time to be a great father.” It’s an unusual move but an understandable one due to the recent birth of his son. Many artists have flirted with retirement but in the case of Logic, it may be legit.

The Maryland born rapper has been working on No Pressure for sometime and it is highly anticipated by fans. The album will follow his debut album Under Pressure – finishing how he started.

No I.D. will be executive producing the album along with mainstay Logic producer 6ix. This brings it full circle as it was planned for No I.D. to produce the entire Under Pressure album.

Logic’s retirement has us questioning the status of projects such as Ultra 85 and ‘LVB’. We hope this is just marketing buzz or a short break…


Logic is mostly know for his hits ‘1-800-273-8255’ as well as collaborations with Marshmello and Eminem.

Late last year, Logic revealed that he was working on a sequel to his 2014 debut album Under Pressure.

“It talks a lot about really dope shit,” Logic said of the album at the time. “It’s very hip-hop and very dope, but not like my album ‘Young Sinatra 4’, which is kinda boom-bap hip-hop. This one is more modern hip-hop.

“I’m talking about a lot of shit. I’m talking about life, things I’ve gone through and having a child. All types of stuff.”

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