DMV rapper Logic recently announced he is calling it quits and delivers his final album for free entitled “No Pressure.”
Logic’s final album the sequel to his 2014 debut, Under Pressure, finds him calling it quits as he focuses on being a father. The last chapter of the rappers saga is produced by No I.D., who’s helmed albums for Jay-Z, Kanye West, and Snoh Alegra as well as Logic’s own 2014 debut.
The project starts off with a classic Orson Wells radio drama snippet as he later takes on showcasing his speed rap for the track “GP4” that pays homage to artists like Public Enemy and Erykah Badu. Bobby Tarintino continues his farewell album with “Celebration” a gospel overtone track that celebrates lyricism in its finest form. Another notable hit on the project would be “Hit My Line” which finds Logic borrowing Ice Cube’s “good day, I didn’t have to use my AK” vibe at its start.
With plenty disappointed, this is the artist’s last album it still leaves the what-if as many of his predecessors have gone and came right back, only time will tell.
Check out Logic’s full free album No Pressure below.