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Mixtape Logic has returned.
Less than a year after releasing his third studio album, Everybody, the Maryland rapper unleashed the sequel to his 2016 surprise mixtape Bobby Tarantino. Logic confirmed the project’s drop earlier this week with a video promo starring Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty, who were shown going back and forth about “mixtape Logic” vs. “album Logic.” Grandpa Rick preferred the former.
“I'm not in the mood for a message about how I can be whatever I want or equality and everybody and all that shit,” he said, clearly referencing 2017’s Everybody. "I want to hear some fucking titties, throwing stacks on some ass!”
Though Logic has been teasing Bobby Tarantino II since last year, fans didn’t receive an official song until a few weeks ago, when he shared “44 More.” He would go on to drop two more records—“Overnight” and the Marshmello-assisted “Everyday."
Logic also unveiled the tape’s cover art Thursday, just hours before it hit streaming services. And, as you can see below, the Quentin Tarantino nods are strong.