As he prepares for the discharge of his subsequent album “Vinyl Days,” Logic has a bone to choose along with his label in the case of two singles he has on the horizon.
At this stage in his profession, Logic is not taking part in by the traditional music business guidelines. We have watched as the rapper retired—then unretired—from the highlight, however since his return, Logic appears to be navigating his profession at his personal tempo. He is launched a number of singles, and a few collaborations, and there have been rumors that he and Madlib had a joint challenge on the horizon.
We’re near receiving his anticipated album Vinyl Days, however Logic recommended in a video that Def Jam has been giving him a little bit of hassle in the case of releasing the report on his time.
“Def Jam, why you f*ckin’ up my releases, man?” questioned the rapper. Logic additionally famous that he wasn’t together with Def Jam’s CEO Tunji Balogun in his rant towards the label. “What the f*ck is goin’ on, man? I instructed Def Jam that I wished to launch my sh*t as a two-pack and I simply discovered that they are releasing it as two singles on the identical time. What kinda sh*t is that? On high of that, they tellin’ me, ‘Oh, do not drop your music video early ‘trigger in the event you do, you may upset our companions who really feel like YouTube’s getting an unique.'”
“I do not give a f*ck about none of that sh*t. I care about my followers,” mentioned Logic. “I care about Hip Hop, I care about music. And I’mma be trustworthy, years in the past, I used to be taking part in that sport. Do not do that, launch this on this sh*t, all for the bread and the cash tryin’ to be f*ckin’ additional, and I do not give a f*ck about none of that, man. I’ve my child, I’ve my spouse, I’m blessed, bro. I made it!”
Logic added that now that he is made it to this blissful existence, he is “not speaking no one’s sh*t.” He warned the label to not “f*ck up my launch” and added that followers will obtain Vinyl Days in June. Try his video under.