Logic stopped by Real 92.3 this morning to chop it up with Big Boy, touching on mental health, work-out regiments, and the Netflix series Rapture. The rapper also commented on Ultra 85, an album fans were initially led to presume would be his last. According to the man himself, it was just a troll. “Nah, I was just fucking with everybody," Logic says at the 40:10 mark in the video above.

Last May, we reported on a pretty convincing Easter egg found by Redditor BLiIxy in the booklet of Logic’s Everybody, which seemed to be telling fans that the rapper’s next album would be his last. “For the real fans reading this hidden message my next album will be called Ultra 85, and it will be the conclusion to this saga.”

At the time, Logic hadn’t offered any confirmation on the theory, besides telling Genius, “Yeah, I mean, I gave everybody my whole life,” and “it’s just gonna be the last one.”

According to Redditor Kevin_Hernandez18 who attended a Logic show two months later, that notion was confirmed when Logic answered the crowd with a simple, “Yes and no.” In a Zach Sang Show interview around the same time, Logic explained that he’s “always gonna make music,” but that his next would be his “last Logic album.”

YouTube user Tiesin20, who attended another Logic show where the same question was asked, filmed the rapper's seemingly contradictory response, however, when he said, "When I say it's my final album, like, it's Logic, like, there's a catch," and that "it'll make sense when the album comes out... it's gonna be dope and you'll definitely enjoy it." 

His next project after Everybody—​Bobby Tarantino II—was a self-proclaimed mixtape from his Bobby Tarantino persona that could sidestep this theory, adding further credence to those believing the hidden deciphered message was legit. However, as you can hear from the man's grinning mouth, it was all for fun.

Well, there you have it, folks. Logic is going to continue making music, and his next album won't be his last. With the success he's seen in the past three years, who could blame him? He's on a powerful streak—getting nominated for Grammy Awards, being documented alongside Nas and 2 Chainz on Rapture, and Bobby Tarantino II reaching No. 1 on the Billboard 200—why stop now? As it stands, Logic is going on his Bobby Tarantino vs. Everybody Tour this summer, and working on two novels, a comedy movie, and TV projects. The man's plate is full, but he isn't going anywhere just yet.

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