Logic Sets Release Date for New Album 'Vinyl Days,' Plots Tour with Wiz Khalifa

Hear a trio of tracks from the artist's first LP since 2020

BY Calum SlingerlandPublished May 17, 2022

So much for retirement: Logic has set a release date for his eighth studio LP. The Grammy-nominated MC will share new album Vinyl Days on June 17 via Def Jam.

The newly-announced Vinyl Days — which features Logic's son on the cover art seen above — follows the artist's 2020 LP No Pressure, which was initially billed as his final commercial release. Of course, that turned out to be the opposite.

Last year, Logic compiled tracks from his Young Sinatra mixtape series for compilation YS Collection Vol. 1, shared songs with Madlib, delivered mixtape Bobby Tarantino III, released Planetory Destruction as Doctor Destruction, and published This Bright Future, his memoir as Bobby Hall which followed his 2019 literary debut Supermarket.

In April, Logic previewed Vinyl Days with new singles "Tetris" and "Decades," both of which you can revisit alongside the Russ-assisted "Therapy Music" in the players below.

Alongside the album news, Logic has announced a North America "Vinyl Verse" tour, which he'll co-headline with Wiz Khalifa. While no dates are set for Canada at present, you can find his complete itinerary here.

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