Logic is keeping his fans well fed.
Just six months after releasing YSIV, the Maryland-bred rapper has dropped a new track, "Confessions of a Dangerous Mind."
Listen to it over on Apple Music or below via Spotify.
Logic previously shared news of the track, and his upcoming album of the same name, in which he reflects on insecurities, social media hate, and the downsides of fame on social media.
One of the most notable verses within the title track "Confessions of a Dangerous Mind" is when Bobby Tarantino addresses some the unavoidable comparisons to other big-name acts—specifically Drake, Kendrick Lamar, and J. Cole:
That's why I keep flowin', that’s why I keep perserverin'
Even when I'm here and I'm a b***h, I'm a f*g
I'm a motherf**kin' hypebeast, I ain't black in the slight least
I ain't good enough, I should quit, I should kill myself
"'Cause you'll never be Kenny"
"You'll never be better than Drizzy or Cole"
"You're losing your hair, you're too f**king old"
Logic goes on to rap that theses biting comments were actual tweets he had read. At this part of the track, Logic is seen pulling out his phone and seemingly starts to scroll through social media. Though he admits these words make him depressed, the 29-year-old artist reassures his fans he isn't giving up.
"God gave me the power to battle depression, yeah run it around," he raps. All the haters that's hatin', just love 'em/'Cause that's the only way you ever gon' kill 'em. ... Last but not least, put your ego on the shelf/And remember, love yourself."
The rapper is now preparing to release his first-ever novel, titled Supermarket, which will hit shelves this coming Tuesday. Though Logic didn't give a concrete date for his upcoming album, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind should be arriving "soon"