Logic dropped his sixth and final studio album No Pressure last night, thus making him officially retired. The Maryland raised-rapper recently said the LP would be his last, and he'd focus on being a good father from now on.
He held a listening party for fans last night and got emotional while playing the final track. Logic also thanked several artists for their support, including Kendrick Lamar and Drake.
Logic cries saying his final words as a rapper, thanks Drake and Kendrick for helping him in life pic.twitter.com/l7Xp77EeOW— Complex Ambition (@ComplexAmbition) July 24, 2020
"I wanna thank Kendrick because he doesn't know how much he was there for me, and Cole, and Drake," said Logic in tears. "F*cking A$AP and Ferg, and Mac Demarco, man, f*cking Toro y Moi. It was such a dream for him to be on this album and record. There's too many people, man."
Logic, who signed a seven-figure deal with Twitch, addressed the Ratt Pack after that.
"I love you all. I appreciate you all," said Logic, who R.A. the Rugged Man recently called a better rapper than Joe Budden. "I bid you farewell and, as always, I'm obediently yours. I won't be on the internet for the first time in my career because it hurts me. And every time I released an album I just wanted it to be loved and this time, I don't check the internet because I finally love myself. So, thank you so much and, as always, peace, love, and positivity. I love you, I appreciate you, and I'll see you in other endeavors."
Do you think Logic is really retiring or will he drop more music later on?