Just last week (July 16), Logic dropped off his brand new single “My Way.” Before that, however, the Maryland-born rapper shared several singles in a row including “Vaccine,” his second overall release of 2021. The single’s release arrived one day after the five-year anniversary of Bobby Tarantino, and today (July 20) he keeps the hype going with its official music video. Moreover, the track name drops Bobby Tarantino III in verse two, which would be the latest installment of his trap mixtape series that he started in 2016 and continued in 2018:
We like “Aw yеah”, just me and my dogs, yeah, give a fuck ‘bout what y’all doing, yeah, we goin’ hard all year/ I’ll be right back in a bit, sippin’ on something, I’m lit, internet throwin’ a fit
Couldn’t give a shit, bitch, get the fuck off my dick/ This is that shit that gon’ hit (Bet!), Bobby don’t claim no set, but it’s just me and my gang/ Ready to fuck up the game, BT3, now we at it again, man
Over the past decade, Logic has seen a slew of mixtapes and albums top the charts and earn him Gold and Platinum plaques. Some fan favorite projects include 2019’s Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, which earned Logic his third number one with 80,000 album equivalent units sold. Mere months prior to that release, he also unveiled his novel Supermarket, as well as a soundtrack album of the same name.
In 2020, Logic announced he was retiring from music, which is why some fans may be surprise to see he is, in fact, still releasing new tracks. In one of his only recent convos, he explained a bit further why he came to this decision. “I love music and I’m gonna continue to make music on my own. I can’t not just make music. It’s a journal for me. It’s how I express myself,” he explains. “It’s how I heal, but with Logic, I’m stepping away. And the thing is too, I’m not trying to make it this big show like, ‘Oh my God’ because it’s not that deep. You either believe me or you don’t man. I don’t give a s—t. I’m over here doing my thing.”
Be sure to watch Logic’s brand new music video for “Vaccine” down below.
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