Logic has just dropped a new mixtape called Bobby Tarantino II. The recording features his collaborations with 2 Chainz, Big Sean, and Wiz Khalifa.
Prior to the release of Bobby Tarantino II, fans of the rapper already learned that he will release a mixtape through Rick and Morty. In one of the scenes from the animated series, Rick tells his grandson that everyone loves Logic.
Bobby Tarantino II is a follow-up to Logic's 2016 mixtape Bobby Tarantino. The former features the songs "Overnight," "44 More," "Everyday," "Grandpa's Space Ship," "Contra," "Boomtrap Protocol," "Midnight," "Warm It Up," "Wizard of Oz," "State of Emergency," and more.
Logic also released the cover art for Bobby Tarantino II via his Instagram account.
Logic Talks About '1-800-273-8255'
Last year, Logic made headlines following the release of his hit song "1-800-273-8255," the rapper's collaboration with Khalid and Alessia Cara on the track. The inspirational song encourages fans not to commit suicide.
Logic opened up about "1-800-273-8255" and said that he did not expect to hear his song on the radio, because he thought no one would like to play a song about suicide.
"And I think it was one of those things where I've just been blessed enough to have an undeniable song that people needed and wanted, and they wanted to spread awareness so much that it became hopefully what it's still becoming. I like to always do my best to make music catchy, so I think a very catchy melody is cool. But the fact that it does spread awareness is also something that's really special," said Logic.
Logic's 'Bobby Tarantino' Mixtape
The rapper also talked about Bobby Tarantino and said that his intention for releasing the mixtape is for people to have something to listen to when they wake up with a hangover.
"You'll play real music like myself, from someone who's gonna make you think about your life and your problems instead of trying to drown them away with drugs and alcohol," explained Logic.
Who Is Logic?
Logic is an American rapper whose real name is Sir Robert Bryson "Bobby" Hall II. He is also a songwriter and record producer. The 28-year-old musician started his career in music in 2010 after he released his mixtape Young, Broke & Infamous.
Logic's other albums include Under Pressure, The Incredible True Story, Everybody, Young Sinatra, Weapons of Silence, Life Skillz, Vertigo, and more. Some of his most popular songs include "Sucker for Pain," "Broken People," "Black SpiderMan," "Ballin," "Gang Related," "5AM," "Flexicution," "Take It Back," "Nikki," "44 Bars," "All I Do," and more.