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Logic Quits Music For Family

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Logic is set to release his sixth studio album ‘No Pressure’ next Friday, July 24, and the musical recording will mark an end to the rapper’s stint in the industry. Logic made the announcement earlier today in a tweet, where he confirmed that he was retiring to concentrate on his parental duties.

Taking to social media, Logic – aka Sir Robert Bryson Hall II – said that his forthcoming album has been executively produced by No I.D. He also revealed that Sam Spratt had illustrated the record’s cover artwork.

In the tweet where he announced his retirement Logic wrote, ‘Officially announcing my retirement with the release of “No Pressure” executive produced by No I.D. July 24th.’ ‘It’s been a great decade. Now it’s time to be a great father,’ he added.

Logic’s upcoming album ‘No Pressure’ is a follow-up to his 2014 studio composition ‘Under Pressure’. The rapper had announced about his musical outing last year, back when fans were unaware that it would be the musician’s last.

Talking about his new album, Logic has stated that it’s packed with plenty of ‘dope’ stuff. ‘No Pressure’ predominantly resonates modern hip-hop beats, in contrast to the boom-bap temperament of his previous hip-hop album ‘ Young Sinatra 4’.

Logic’s wrap-up album is a biting documentary of the singer’s life. It takes fans through the challenges Logic suffered as a child and demonstrates their consequences in Logic’s present life.

Logic and his wife Brittney Noell had announced they were expecting their first child, a son, back in August last year. The birth of their child will begin a new phase in the rapper’s life, who has quit music to become a better father.