Logic just surprise-dropped a new video for equally new track "Overnight."

"We took a trip to Maui and Tokyo to record music," an intro message explains of the video's production. "While there, Logic said 'Yo let's shoot a music video. Fuck it.'" Catch the new video—directed by Mike Holland, Justin Fleischer, and Alec Schweitzer—up top.

"Overnight" follows last week's release of "44 More," produced by 6ix and !llmind. The track, a sequel of sorts to the Bobby Tarantino cut "44 Bars," is comprised of a single 44-bar verse.

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Where these new songs end up, if anywhere, is anyone's guess. (Maybe on Ultra 85?) Logic's most recent album, last year's Everybody, will mark the end of an era for the Grammy nominee. In an interview with Genius in May of last year, Logic explained his plan to give fans a complete quadrilogy. "I just want to end everything with a really big bang and get the fuck out of here," he said.

Amid Everybody success last summer, Logic launched his own label, Elysium Records. The label was started, Logic explained, "mainly because I don't trust anybody else with the precious cargo that is my family." Big Lenbo, John Lindahl, and Jessica Andrea (Logic's wife) are among the label's initial roster.