Logic Drops Two New Tracks: "Tetris" and "Decades"
The former arrives with a JT Clemente-directed music video.
Following his tour announcement with Wiz Khalifa earlier this month, Logic on Friday dropped off two fresh tracks, dubbed “Tetris” and Decades.” The former single arrives with an accompanying music video, which was directed, shot and edited by JT Celemente.
The two singles, which mark the rapper’s first major drop since the release of Bobby Tarantino III last year, will likely appear on Logic’s forthcoming album, Vinyl Days. The record, which will land as the artist’s seventh studio album, is expected to be released in June.
Ahead of the two tracks’ side-by-side debut, Logic took to Instagram to call out his record label Def Jam for allegedly “f****** up” the release. “What the f*** is going on, man?” he said in a video. “I told Def Jam I wanted to release my s*** as a two-pack, and I just found out they’re releasing it as two singles at the same time. What kind of s*** is that?”
Additionally, Logic called out the label for attempting to prohibit him from releasing the music video early on the premise that doing so might “upset” the company’s partners. “I care about my fans, man, I care about hip-hop,” he added. “Def Jam, do not f*** up my release. Vinyl Days is coming out in June.”
Listen to “Tetris” and “Decades” below.
Elsewhere in music, The Kid LAROI has returned with a new song and video, dubbed “Thousand Miles.”