Everything You Need To Know About Logic’s New Album- No Pressure

Logic’s new album no pressure

If you grew up during the 2010s and 2016s then you must have jammed to Logic’s albums all day long. However, it has come as a shock to many of us and especially to those who idealized Logic along with his raps.

Logic might have just released his last album!

This is equally bittersweet news to us as it is to you. It comes as a surprise that Logic has declared his retirement from the music industry at a mere age of 30. Logic bid farewell to his rapping career after prolonging it to 10 years.

The news has shocked his fans who are surely going to miss him. However, he did not walk away with an announcement but instead decided to release one final album for his fans.

This is indeed a retreat to his fans and everyone who has been jamming to his songs for ages.

His career started with a mixtape -‘Young, Broke & Infamous’ that Logic released in 2010. However, ‘No Pressure’ represents a more laid-back and reinvigorated version of Logic who is also known as Sir Robert Bryson Hall II.

He is known for his bravery that enables him to question the age-old societal that also includes his self-worth along with other taboo topics.

Logic’s new album- No Pressure is said to be a sequel to his 2014 album-‘Under Pressure’.

This can be confirmed as the album’s artwork which is designed by Brooklyn illustrator Sam Spratt, is more of a continuation of Logic’s Def Jam-released debut.

The cover of ‘No Pressure’ represents Logic’s studio seems very much obliterated along with the protagonist suspended in a weightless state as if depicting how he is free from the burden of fame and expectations.

Logic has faced criticism from across the world for his new style and remixes. He has paid homage to other several artists who have influenced his rapping, writing and remixing style.

He accepts that many artists have influenced him in the course of time and he gives them their due credits. He owns his influences and style at the end of the day.

In the final track of logic’s new album no pressure which is called ‘Obediently Yours’, he ends the song with a powerful speech.

The speech is powerful and has incredible insights from the 1945 showThe Lear Radio Show’ that highlights the injustices still faced by the black community.

The speech is in with relevance tot the recent ‘BLM movement ‘ that took the world by a storm.

The speech which is by the cinematic legend Orson Welles, states that-“Race hate isn’t human nature; race hate is the abandonment of human nature”.

His words are unfortunately still relevant 75 years later.

It is still unknown if it is going to be Logic’s last album. However, we must live to see that. The reason behind Logic is declaring retirement is to be able to give time and take care of his newborn.

“Privacy with family is something that is very important to me me. However, my fans have been my family since this all started so I wanted to share with you a glimpse into the life I am now diving into headfirst.

I would like you to meet LB as we call him, Little Bobby. And my beautiful wife Brittney who is an incredible mother.

These two make me the happiest man in the world and it’s a happiness nothing else has ever been able to fulfill.

I know the news of retirement may be bittersweet when understanding the motives behind it. But worry not dear listener. I will still be here for you. This will now if anything only allow me to focus more on not only my family.

But YOU! My family reading this. Without the stress of this industry, we can communicate more. Interact more, and I’m so excited about that. I love you and thank you so so much for being here with me all these years.

Now let’s all kick back, love life, and enjoy each day having fun… No Pressure

RattPack for infinity!

And all always…Peace, Love and Positivity!” he wrote on his Instagram as his final note on his last album.

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