Logic drops a soundtrack to his new novel, ‘Supermarket’

Yes, the rapper is now a published author, too.

Logic has released Supermarket (Soundtrack) to accompany the release of his novel, Supermarket, which is out now. And—surprise—it’s not a rap project.

For this unexpected 13-track release, the Maryland wordsmith stepped away from the bars to deliver a mostly guitar-driven rock record. On the project, Logic collaborates with indie rocker Mac DeMarco, who produced “I’m Probably Gonna Rock Your World” and “Vacation From Myself.” However, he still delivers a dash of his rap stylings on the track, “Can I Kick it,” which samples the A Tribe Called Quest song of the same title.

Logic’s novel Supermarket—upon which the soundtrack is based—is a psychological thriller about a depressed supermarket worker named Flynn who walks into a crime scene at his workplace. According to the book’s official description, “Flynn’s world collapses as the secrets of his tortured mind are revealed. And Flynn doesn’t want to go looking for answers at the supermarket. Because something there seems to be looking for him.”

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Logic also recently released a video for “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind,” the title track of his forthcoming album. He also released “Do What You Love” on Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s collaborative media platform HITRECORD.

Stream Supermarket (Soundtrack) below:

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