Logic will drop new mixtape if a million fans sign a petition

The rapper had announced his retirement from music in July.

Logic may have recently announced his retirement, but it seems like he’s still got plenty of music left in the vault. In a new interview, the rapper said he’d release new music for free if a million fans signed a petition.

Speaking to Hard Knock TV, Logic claims he has an unreleased mixtape that features him slinging rhymes over beats from other rappers like Polo G, NLE Choppa and Kendrick Lamar. He then went on to share snippets of the new tracks.

When the host Nick Huff Barili asked him if he was planning to keep the songs to himself, Logic responded: “Who gives a shit? I don’t know, I don’t think anybody really wants a free mixtape with me … I like the idea of rapping on other people’s beats, because it was fun, brought a hunger in me.”


However, Logic later said he’d drop the mixtape for free, but only on one condition: if a petition to release the project reached one million signatures. “If you get a million people to sign that petition, I’ll drop a free mixtape,” the rapper said. Soon after, Barili started the petition on the website Change.org. At the time of writing, the campaign has garnered over 37,000 signatures.

In July, Logic announced that he was hanging up the mic to focus on family and fatherhood. He later dropped his final studio album, No Pressure, which included the tracks “DadBod” and “Aquarius III.”

Are you dying for some new Logic? Then join other Rattpacks and sign the petition here. And watch the full interview with Hard Knock TV below:


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