Logic is stepping away from rap to focus on fatherhood. 😅
Along with the announcement of his sixth studio album, No Pressure, scheduled to drop this Friday, July 24, Logic recently shared his plan to retire from music altogether. “It’s been a great decade. Now it’s time to be a great father,” he wrote.
Executive produced by No I.D., No Pressure is the sequel to Logic’s 2014 debut, Under Pressure, which helped inspire the album cover with the ascending studio equipment. It's also his first project since the chart-topping Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, released over a year ago.
Though details around the project are limited, Logic revealed in a Reddit note earlier this year that there will be "bars on bars on bars," adding, "this next one is back to the roots for sure."
In a couple of follow-up posts, Logic then introduced his newborn son, Little Bobby, who he recently welcomed with his wife of about a year, Brittney Noell. He claimed the pair “make me the happiest man in the world and it’s a happiness nothing else has ever been able to fulfill."
"Privacy with family is something that is very important to me me," Logic admitted in the Instagram caption. "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 head first."
While Logic understands his retirement is bittersweet for the "Rattpack," he reassured them about his presence in the same IG caption: "I will still be here for you." The 30-year-old creative has offered content beyond rap in recent years, like his debut novel, Supermarket.
He even suggested that "we can communicate more," as he'll be less stressed out by the music industry. Lil Nas X, Lil Yachty other fans reacted to the news with a mix of excitement and sadness.