It’s easy to assume that Logic is steadily rolling out a new album, but at this rate, he’s already released a handful of possible inclusions. Perhaps he’s taking a page out of his pal Joyner Lucas’ playbook, deconstructing his new project’s tracklist before dropping it off in its entirety. Either way, it’s a fruitful time to be a Bobby Tarantino fan, especially if you’re invested in his emotional well-being.
The family man has never sounded happier, and though his new releases have explored some unconventional sonic territory, there’s a notable sense of artistic freedom that cannot be denied. The same applies to his latest drop “Call Me,” a smooth glimpse at Logic back in his reflective bag. “Addiction’s like a mud bath without a bar of soap,” he raps, addressing themes he holds close to heart. “In other words, it’s impossible to stay clean / For people like us bein’ happy is just a daydream.”