Rap star Logic is going to peace out of the hip-hop game. The high-profile lyrical rapper has stepped up to announce he’s ready to drop the mic for good.

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On Thursday, Log went to his social media pages to deliver the jaw-dropping announcement. Barring any last-minute changes, the East Coast rap artist will gracefully leave the music biz grind to focus on being a dad once he drops new music later this month.

“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. Art by @SamSpratt” -Logic’s Twitter

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High-Key Details

In August 2019, Logic blew fans away with his “No Pressure” freestyle. In addition to snapping, Log also announced he has a new baby on the way.

“And I’m having a little baby. Surprise! It’s a little baby boy, f*ck TMZ they can’t get the scoop on that sh*t.”

Wait, There’s More

In May 2019, Logic blessed fans with his Confessions of a Dangerous Mind album. Despite plenty of hype, the project received mixed reviews from music publications.

Logic is a technical typhoon of a rapper; his ability to slice up words and stick them together into rapidly spit collages is almost second to none. But his ability is often wasted on unimaginative songs that are well arranged yet often lack spirit. Logic plays the game and plays it good. And it was old, but now it’s getting exhausting. His new album, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind could have been memorable if it stuck to its darkly alluring title, but these “confessions” are almost non-existent, and what does exist are wagging lessons about your life, not his. It’s a tightly put together piece of work that is, ultimately, a head scratcher. (Highsnobiety)

Before You Go

Back in March 2018, Logic shut down retirement rumors. In an interview, he vowed to never retire and make music forever.

“I ain’t retiring. I’m going to make music forever. I’m just f**king with people.”