Logic Plays “Under Pressure” Album for Beats Music
Last night, Logic played his debut album Under Pressure for Beats Music. Check out the photos below.
"Under Pressure" is now available for purchase on iTunes! Buy your copy and gift a copy to your friends. Logic's debut album Under Pressure is due out October 21.
P.S. Logic produced the song too.
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Def Jam has confirmed that Logic will be a part of the cyphers at this year’s BET Hip Hop Awards.
Filming for the awards will take place in Atlanta on September 20 and will air on BET on Tuesday, October 14. The following Tuesday (October 21) is the release of Under Pressure.
Logic's debut album Under Pressure will be available for purchase online and in stores October 21! All of his previous music has been free, so be sure to pick up a copy or, you know, ten.
Get excited! The wait is almost over.
Logic has been preparing to release his debut album Under Pressure. Earlier this week, we got the title and album cover, and now the first single is making its way here!
The title track “Under Pressure” will serve as the first single and will be available for purchase on iTunes Tuesday, September 16.
The album is scheduled to be out this fall.
If you couldn’t already tell, the cover for Under Pressure is a painting, done by the extremely talented Sam Spratt. Read the detailed story in Sam’s own words of how he created the artwork and brought the essence of Lenbo's basement to life below.
"I usually don’t like to give much context or explanation for anything I’m illustrating, but this is an exception. When Logic reached out to have me paint the cover art for his debut album under Def Jam (this is the first of 2 covers) he started by just telling me his story.
"He grew up in poverty in a very broken home filled with violence, abuse, drugs, his brother dealt crack to his own father, mother was stabbed, he was kicked out of school, out of the house, all by age 17, and when these systems failed him, he turned to his friend to stay in his basement — with a couple others close to him, he sat down and started to write — to make music. He showed me a few grainy low-res photos which was all he had from this basement — enough to look at and see how the room was laid out, but little else. There just wasn’t any sort of documentation of that specific moment/feeling he had there — which despite everything that had happened prior, was a positive and warm memory.
"So he explained to me this quiet scene in the basement of him reading his recently written lyrics off his phone while his two friends sat there, listened, and the sun started to go down and bleed through the window. He described some of the things that filled this basement like an old thrift store painting of a car, an ugly yellow moth-eaten sofa, perpetually twisted-up window blinds, a stolen street sign, the colors, the materials of the desk, stereo, and speakers, down to some of the stickers that were pasted over it. And then he asked me to recreate that.
"So this album cover was about a month worth of researching, sketching, and painting but not for a glitzy portrait like I assumed I’d be doing as rap album art — instead it was piecing together the mood, color, feeling, action, and setting of a very vivid, fairly unexceptional, yet important memory that a camera just never captured.
"I’ll have more to share in the near future as to how this was made in-depth, the back cover, and the other album artwork we worked on together, but I thought I’d share a bit about what went into this one. When you hear the album, it’ll make even more sense, as it has this amazing narrative throughout the whole thing that we worked hard together to sync up on the art side."
via Sam Spratt
Logic has just announced the title of his album via Complex. Under Pressure is currently set to be released within the next couple months. Feel free to check out all the information given on the album thus far at mindoflogic.com/tagged/logic-debut-album.
"I always knew I wanted that feel you see in the detail, the half dark half bright and beautiful look. The entire album is about the two sides of myself. I could have done one of two main things when creating the album. Anyone who knows me knows I love all music, from the raw hip-hop to the fun shit they play at parties, but I decided to make a very "classic" hip hop album, I wanted to RAP, my fan base is huge, it stretches across the globe, but no matter how famous you get, someone out there still has no clue who you are, so for those that discover me from this album I wanted then to go, "Oh okay I get it!" They will immediately know who I am and understand the message in my music."
The album cover art, pictured above, was done by artist Sam Spratt who has done pieces for music artists such as Janelle Monae and Childish Gambino.
It’s almost time! Are you ready?
The LA Leakers have gifted us with a new Logic track tonight! If you’re a fan of the Just Another Day installments, this song might sound familiar. Below, you can listen to “Everything I Am” produced by Dot Da Genius.
The record features verses from Hit-Boy and Audio Push. The song is featured on the LA Leakers’ Leaks of the Industry 14 mixtape, which you can get your hands on here.
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Fellow Visionary artist Jon Bellion is featured and Logic produced “No Love in the City” (which TDE producer Tae Beast also holds production credit on) and “Biscayne Blvd.”
If you’re interested in the stories behind each song, hit up SearchingSylvan.com.
As Logic preps for the release of his debut album, he gives the RattPack and BobbySoxers a new song. The self-produced “Driving Ms. Daisy” features Childish Gambino and will be a bonus track on the album.
"I was deathly sick and dealing with a lot of problems, not personal so much as business and getting the album ready. I decided to put it on a song, and the fact [that] I produced it made it feel more honest to me. I gave the listener every aspect of my mind on this matter," Logic told Billboard.
Listen to the song above and look out for his debut album this fall.