Logic Marks His Retirement With Final Album 'No Pressure': Listen
By Paris Close
July 24, 2020
Logic is chucking the deuces with his final album.
On Friday (July 24), the rapper dropped his sixth and last studio album, No Pressure, from Def Jam Recordings and Visionary Music Group. For his swan song, the emcee flies solo with no features on the album, which includes 15 new tracks, including the title song, on which Logic revealed for the first time that he and his wife, Brittney Noell, welcomed a child named Bobby last year.
No Pressure comes a week after the 30-year-old announced the new effort will be the last he drops before retiring to focus on being a father to his newborn son. "Officially announcing my retirement with the release of No Pressure executive produced by No I.D. July 24th," Logic tweeted at the time. “It’s been a great decade. Now it’s time to be a great father."
While there are no guest appearances on the two-time Grammy-nominated musician’s last LP, several notable names make vocal features on the project, including actor-comedian Keenan Ivory Wayans on “Hit My Line,” rapper Lil’ Keke on “Man I Is,” American-Canadian voice-actor David Hayter on the intro to “No Pressure,” and Logic’s wife, Brittney, on “Soul Food II.”
As fans know, No Pressure culminates the lyricist’s decade-long run in the music industry following 2019’s Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, which topped the Billboard 200, making it Logic’s third album to do so after 2017’s Everybody and the 2018 mixtape, Bobby Tarantino II.
Hear a few tracks from Logic’s last album below.
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