After the release of Logic’s retirement album No Pressure on Friday, July 24, he took to Twitch to share a sweet farewell message to his fans and close rappers, who helped him along the way.
Logic took a moment to gather himself before speaking, as he cried of happiness and sadness at the same time. The Young Sinatra artist sat in a room with friends as he spoke to everyone first sharing his retirement, claiming it wasn’t the end, but a fresh start. He then expressed a Grammy speech he had written for his previous album, Under Pressure, then continued to thank everyone, as a message to end his rap career.
“I wanna thank Kendrick because he doesn’t know how much he was there for me — and Cole and Drake,” Logic said emotionally. “F**king A$AP and Ferg, and Mac Demarco, man, fu**ing Toro y Moi. It was such a dream for him to be on this album and record. There’s too many people, man. I thank you all, love you all. I appreciate you all. I bid you farewell.”
The album comes a week after Logic announced his retirement on Instagram explaining that he would be setting music aside to focus on his family. The Instagram caption read, “It’s been a great decade. Now it’s time to be a great father.”
The now-retired rapper recently announced partnering with Twitch to host live streams just as his farewell message came. According to The Verge, “the deal was worth seven-figures,” making him the first artist to sign to the company.
The No Pressure album is now available on all streaming platforms.