Logic announces retirement and final album, ‘No Pressure’

“It’s been a great decade,” the rapper wrote.

Logic is ready to hang up the mic: The rapper has announced that he will be retiring after releasing his final album, No Pressure.

On Thursday night, Logic tweeted that No Pressure, the sequel to his 2014 debut Under Pressure, is set to be his last-ever record. The LP is executive produced by No ID and will be released on July 24. “It’s been a great decade,” the rapper wrote. “Now it’s time to be a great father.”

Logic’s retirement announcement comes after the rapper revealed in August that he was expecting a baby with his then-fiancée Brittney Noell. Logic broke the happy news through his freestyle titled “No Pressure.” “Surprise! It’s a little baby boy / Fuck TMZ, they can’t get the scoop on that shit / Welcome little Bobby to the world one time,” he rapped.


According to a post he made on Reddit in April, Logic assured fans that No Pressure would feature a return to the rapper’s OG sound. “I love you all and am excited for [the album]. Bars on bars on bars,” he wrote. “This new perspective of life has been amazing. Mainly spending time with family and little Bobby and just cooking up… But I wanted to let you know how much I appreciate you all.”

Logic continued: “It’s just so fun experimenting and having fun with all music. But this next one is back to the roots for sure and I can’t wait for you to hear it when the time is right. Little Bobby boy is so cute and the most adorable little man in da worlds! Lol seriously tho, keep supporting and know I’m always here to be that voice.”

Logic’s latest album, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, arrived last May. He later followed it up with “OCD,” a loosie featuring R&B singer Dwn2earth.


While you wait for Logic’s final album to drop, check out the cover art for No Pressure below:

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