Logic: Drops His Last Album “No Pressure” & Joins Twitch

Logic has signed out from the music world, he’s retired. Yes, let that sink in. We won’t be able to digest this however he’s left us with his last album, “No Pressure”. The rapper dropped the album on Friday, i.e July 24, 2020 and he’s already moved on to the next venture of his life.

The ‘Homicide’ rapper and his wife, Brittney Noel are parents to their first child, a boy. The news of Logic, expecting his kid came about in the most unexpected way, the last verse of the title track of “No Pressure” has lyrics which mention the baby boy.

At the middle of the month, Logic announced that he will be concentrating on being a good father from now on and that’s why he’s decided to retire from music. The couple even shared the picture of their baby boy for the first time after the news came forward.


The news took his fans by surprise and there’s no doubt that he had this planned a long time ago as he left us after releasing the album. Logic has got 15 tracks on the album but they don’t feature any other artists.

Logic is moving on to do something else, thee gamer boy is getting into video games. He disclosed in an recent interview, “I’m not this rapper guy, man, I’m just a nerd. I love video games.” However the great news is that he won’t be playing them alone, he’ll stream it with his fans.

Logic has left the music world but he will not leave his fans. The rapper quickly sent a tweet asking fans to stay connected with him through a website called Twitch. Also, he went live to share a minute clip to explain what he’s going to be doing on the page. The rapper signed a deal for seven figures to ensure creating content on it, every week.

Now, you can be assured that Logic is going to be in news every now and then as he’s going to have to be active. He’s continues to say “I’m not going to be on Twitch, having political debates. I’m going to be on Twitch, helping people after they’ve had a day of protesting or political debates, unwind and laugh and smile.”

While we pay a listen to his new album, we are so glad that he’s not going under a rock or even, abandoning us. The music Gods are definitely with us on this one.

By: Aatira Kakroo