Logic Releases The 11 Track Bobby Tarantino Without Warning (Album Stream)

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Music’s elite artists, including Beyonce, Drake, and Kendrick Lamar have all released albums at will over the last two years. After back-to-back Top 5 albums in 2014 and 2014, Maryland’s Logic wants in on the party. The Visionary Music Group/Def Jam Records MC releases Bobby Tarantino last night (July 1).

He raps, “Selling records on a major label, but I’m still movin’ like I’m independent… the only thing that changed, I ain’t got no change,” on “The Jam.” This release returns Logic to the format that launched him to stardom, after finding commercial and touring success.

The perceived follow-up to The Incredible True Story features Pusha T as the lone guest, with 11 tracks in total. Presently for stream-only, this project plausibly follows the thinking in Chance The Rapper’s The Coloring Book. That mixtape appeared in the Top 10 upon release, making chart history.

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Prior to his formal releases, Logic’s career was fueled by mixtapes. Between 2011 and 2013, Logic’s Young Sinatra series would propel the artist to the top of his class, boasting appearances by Kid Ink, Jhene Aiko, Dizzy Wright, and Raheem DeVaughn.