[kkstarratings][kkstarratings]Yesterday, Power 106’s L.A. Leakers shared a clip from their recent sit-down with Logic, where he shared his opinion about J. Cole’s new album KOD. In the newly available full interview, Logic revealed that he has multiple albums finished and ready to go when the time is right.
According to Logic, his many commitments outside the scope of his music career led him to finish and stash these album now. In addition to the films and novels the Maryland rapper is working on, he also has a production company and record label to run:
I have several albums that are finished. That’s not like some whack-ass rapper flex. The reason I have all that done in advance is because… I want to make sure that everything gets its proper time. Everything just has to be organized and done correctly, so I do my best to do that so that I can give everything its just due and its attention.
Elsewhere in the interview, Logic discussed being the subject of Netflix’s documentary series Rapture, his love for Fortnite, touring with Drake, and doing a Kanye West-produced collaborative project:
One person I would love to go on tour with is Drake. I always say that just because I feel like that’d be so much fun… [Working with] Kanye [would be] number one, definitely. That would be really dope.
It may be an ideal time to land Kanye in that role, as the Chicago native recently announced he is “hand producing” the series of albums scheduled to roll out on G.O.O.D. Music beginning next month.
It’s unclear when the interview was recorded, but Logic previously released a song titled “America” on 2017’s Everybody in which he called out Kanye for his support of President Trump:
Your music is 20/20 but them political views is blurred
I ain’t trying leave ya name slurred
‘Cause honestly I idolize you on everything, my word
But I gotta say what need be said
’Cause I ain’t fuckin’ with that hat with the colors that’s white and red
Kanye recently shared several pro-Trump tweets and a photo wearing a signed “Make America Great Again” hat, but Logic has yet to weight in on social media.