After nearly a year since the release his latest studio album, 2017's Everybody, Logic makes his return with a new track, "44 More."
As further exemplified by the song's name, "44 More" doubles as a follow-up to his 2016 cut, "44 Bars," which appeared on his Bobby Tarantino mixtape. Both songs were produced by 6ix.
Throughout the new track, the Maryland rapper takes an introspective approach, flexing his lyrical talent and reflecting on what he's overcome to get to where he is today, even taking some jabs at his haters.
"I done made 20 million dollars (preach) / I don't flex to be acknowledged (preach)," Logic spits. "At this point it's common knowledge (preach) / All you haters been abolished (preach) / You in the club throwin' dollars, but I'm savin' mine so my kids go to college (preach)."
Currently, Logic is taking a hard earned break from focusing solely on music and recently finished both his first movie script and his first novel.
Take a listen to Logic's "44 More," below.