Logic gave fans a tearful goodbye back in July while streaming No Pressure, his self-proclaimed final album as he officially enters retirement from rap. However, it seems like producing wasn't included in the send-off now that he's just delivered a short-yet-sweet beat tape titled TwitchTape Vol. 1.
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As the album title suggests, Logic produced this batch of instrumentals entirely via the popular live streaming platform Twitch. Clocking in at just under nine-and-a-half minutes long, TwitchTape Vol. 1 is filled with classic '70s and '80s soul samples from the golden era of R&B. Logic's reworking of Roy Ayers' "Everybody Loves the Sunshine" on the first track is immediately noticeable, and it just keeps getting better from there. Whether you're a freestyle king that's been looking for some new fire to spit over, or you just can vibe out easily to instrumentals, this tape is definitely worth a few spins. Now, if only there's a version that exists with Logic actually dropping bars over these amazing beats!
00:00 - stimuclate
01:30 - groovy
03:09 - little bobby
06:24 - eat the rice
08:20 - borat