‘No Pressure’: Logic set to breakdown meaning of lyrics and memories of final LP, here are some interpretations

Logic might have retired from his all-conquering hip-hop music profession, however he is nonetheless in a beneficiant and giving temper. On July 31, the ‘Murder’ rapper promised to give his followers an unique and private breakdown of all of the songs on his final album ‘No Stress’ on his Twitch streaming platform. A lot to the delight of his hundreds of thousands of followers, the rapper lately posted, “Be part of me Monday on @twitch at Eight pm EST as I break down lyrics meaning and memories so as to the songs on No Stress.” As beforehand reported, the Def Jam star is a passionate gamer and had reportedly signed an unique seven-figure cope with the online game streaming platform Twitch, which is an unprecedented first for a musician of Logic’s caliber. You possibly can try his put up under and delve into the meaning of some of the songs from his sixth studio album.  


The founder of BobbyBoy Data, previously generally known as Elysium Data, had beforehand introduced that he can be retiring from his music profession, so as to give attention to being an awesome guardian. Earlier this month, on July 17, Logic had introduced, “Formally saying my retirement with the discharge of ‘No Stress’ government produced by No I.D. July 24th… It’s been an awesome decade. Now it’s time to be an awesome father.” Naturally, followers handled the second as a bittersweet farewell, however we won’t the younger star for selecting to give attention to his household, particularly since he is given a lot hope and positivity to followers within the course of his decade-long profession. 



Since Logic, aka Younger Sinatra, will probably be giving his RattPack followers (Actual-All-The-Time crew), a full breakdown of what ‘No Stress’ truly represents, let’s dive into a number of tracks and deconstruct a handful of songs from the 15-track file. Speaking in regards to the album, the rapper had revealed, “It talks so much about actually dope s**t. It’s very hip-hop and very dope, however not like my album ‘Younger Sinatra 4 [YSIV]‘, which is kinda boom-bap hip-hop. This one is extra fashionable hip-hop… I’m speaking about life, issues I’ve gone via, and having a baby. Every kind of stuff.” Most followers will agree that Logic is in peak kind on the ‘No Stress’ album, as he appears to be like again on his previous, his storied profession, the state of his psychological well being, and displays on his private progress and maturity now that he has a household to take care of.



For instance, on the music ‘Dad Bod’, which the rapper additionally launched a music video for on July  27, the rapper claps again at followers who wished him to revert to his previous type from his earlier album, ‘Below Stress’. The rapper reveals that he has grown so much since then, and now has a loving household (a spouse and son) whom he needs to quiet down with. Utilizing the phrase “Dad Bod,” which pokes enjoyable on the unremarkable physique of fathers who’ve let themselves go, the rapper admits that he’s now prepared to embrace a comparatively comfy, mundane way of life that comes with an everyday home existence. “I used to be in regards to the B-Rabbits and Mekhi Phifers / Hit the stage, grip the mic and homicide you want a pro-lifer / However I am carried out now, I acquired a son now / F**ok the rap recreation, I am carried out now.”

Elsewhere on In ‘Soul Meals II’, Logic talks in regards to the chilly, calculating nature of the make-or-break music trade, as he spits bars like “If you happen to’re trying to find love within the trade you may be let down / They do not love you ’til you useless and then they name you profound / Regardless of how mainstream you was in the long run, you continue to underground… Cash ain’t the important thing to happiness and this the proof.”



The music ‘GP4’ (Rising Pains Half 4), which interpolates the Outkast observe ‘Elevators (Me & You)’ on the refrain, is a mirrored image on the rapper’s early years, as he struggled to make a reputation for himself on this tough and robust world. The strains go — “Got here up in a world that is off its axis / All that is promised, loss of life and taxes” and “While you come from the underside, you ain’t get no probabilities, man.” 

On the title observe, ‘No Stress’, which options the singer Thalia, Logic makes use of snippets of his idol Orson Welles, and additionally gives a number of callbacks to his ‘Below Stress’ album. He reminisces on rising up in Maryland and additionally alludes to the notorious crack epidemic that gripped the USA whereas he was a boy. “By no means graduated, however I college ’em like professor / Rising up, the world at all times informed me I used to be lesser / Rising up, the world informed me I couldn’t handle her / Gangsters put that warmth to your head like a hairdresser.”

Logic performs at Z100’s Jingle Ball 2017 on December 8, 2017 in New York Metropolis (Getty Photos)

His personal father used to abuse onerous medicine, and on ‘Below Stress’ (2014) the rapper had beforehand offered his father’s POV in strains like “And on the actual, I’m tryin’ so onerous not to bug you / However do you suppose you can cease rappin’ about my drug use? / I’m two years clear, not a fiend / Yeah, I’m 57, however I really feel 19.” Elsewhere within the music ‘No Stress’, Logic mentions “Memories of powdered milk and roaches in my cereal” and “By no means had a automobile, that is why I hate the f**kin’ bus.” It is clear he had a fairly brutal time whereas rising up.

There are a lot extra interpretations and childhood nostalgia to come, so let’s wait to hear the person himself break these songs down on August three on his Twitch channel.

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