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Logic Drops Farewell Album ‘No Pressure’ & Thanks Drake, J.Cole, Fans & MORE For “Incredible Journey” [STREAM]

Logic Drops Farewell Album ‘No Pressure’ & Thanks Drake, J.Cole, Fans & MORE For “Incredible Journey” [STREAM]

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In what seems like a year of announcements of some of hip hop’s most notable deciding to step away from their music, i.e. J. Cole hinting at early retirement after the release of his The Fall Off album and even Birdman suggesting he’s done with the music side of things, rapper Logic is now officially bidding farewell.

The hip hop star shared with his fans that he would be stepping away from rhyming to focus on fatherhood and announced his latest project ‘No Pressure’ would mark the closing of his musical chapter. Executive produced by the incomparable No I.D., Logic’s ‘No Pressure’ follows up his 2019 chart-topping Confessions of a Dangerous Mind project.

Last week Bobby Tarantino shared on Twitter that “it’s been a great decade. Now it’s time to be a great father.” Today, after sharing his last musical offering, Logic took to social to share a message of gratitude with his fans, the Ratt Pack.

What an incredible journey. Thank you all so much for being part of it. I made this album from my heart as a farewell and a thank you.

Logic also bid farewell to fans and his peers during an emotional Twitch session where he stated, “Im obediently yours. I won’t be on the internet for the first time in my career, because it hurts me. And, every time I release an album I just want it to be loved. And this time I don’t check the internet because I finally love myself. So, thank you so much.”

 

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Congratulations and thank you Logic for dedicating your musical gift with us and we wishing you much success and love during this new chapter in your life!

Stream Logic’s 15-track ‘No Pressure’ album below!

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