Logic is busy as hell pumping out content these days. In addition to dropping his Bobby Tarantino II mixtape in March and releasing a music video for Marshmello collab “Everybody” on Tuesday, the Maryland MC is already working on the next slew of projects. Logic has written a comedy screenplay entering production this year, and is hard at work on two novels.
According to Billboard, Logic dropped by On Air With Ryan Seacrest show on Tuesday to talk about his new exercise routine, his “Bennie and the Jets” Elton John cover featuring Pink, and his upcoming projects. In an unexpected turn of events, Logic has apparently already written a comedy script that’s aimed to start production before the year is out. On top of that, he’s working on two novels, one of which is called Supermarket, and the other one being self-described as a “really rad” piece of work.
“I love range, as far as acting, from like drama and all types of stuff, but if I was like, 'If I’m going to come out the gate, I just want to make people laugh,'” he told Seacrest about why he's choosing comedy. Logic didn't give too much away about the premise, but he did say it revolves around a record store. Regarding his on-screen work, Logic will apparently be back on unspecified scripted TV shows after voicing himself on Rick and Morty last year.
For now, Logic is going to be busy with his Bobby Tarantino vs. Everybody Tour. The tour will run from June to August.