Logic releases final studio album, ‘No Pressure’

His swansong features André 3000 and Silas.

Logic has officially released his final studio album, No Pressure.

The Maryland rapper mostly goes at it on his own throughout the 15-track swansong, which was executive produced by No ID. However, the LP does feature two collaborations, with OutKast’s André 3000 on “GP4” and fellow Maryland native Silas on “Celebration.”

Logic announced his retirement last week with a post on Instagram, where he revealed he was stepping away from music in order to spend more time with his son. “It’s been a great decade,” the rapper wrote. “Now it’s time to be a great father.”


Logic made his debut in 2010 with his Young, Broke & Infamous mixtape. Since then, he has released five other mixtapes and five studio albums, including last year’s chart-topping Confessions of a Dangerous Mind.

Will this be the last we hear from Logic? Stream No Pressure below:

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