Just days after declaring that his upcoming fifth album “No Pressure” will be his last, rapper Logic has seemingly marked a powerful association with the popular game streaming platform, Twitch.
Logic has been a productive power in the rap game as both an artist and a producer for over 10 years now, however, his greatest distinguishing artwork was 2017’s “1-800-273-8255,” which managed the touchy subject of suicide. The 30-year-old Marylander demanded during his retirement declaration on July sixteenth that he was venturing away from the music business to be an extraordinary dad to his infant kid.
In any case, that retirement seems to have been fleeting as Twitch reported on Monday that Logic will be the site’s first official music accomplice. They wrote in a press release that Logic will stream week by week on his Twitch channel which will incorporate a blend of in-studio meetings, extraordinary guests, AMA style programs, and gaming.
Logic disclosed in a recent meet that he is not just a rapper but is also a geek who loves computer games. He said that he’s sufficiently honored to have a large number of fans and supporters. So it is an extraordinary deal. He declined to indicate precisely how much the deal was esteemed at yet noted that it is in the seven-figure go.
So it is anything but another deal. In any case, it is new. This is Twitch’s first official deal with a rapper; it’s a similar sort of arrangement that makers like Ben “DrLupo” Lupo and Imane “Pokimane” Anys have.
Logic’s deal with Twitch is likewise just the most recent affirmation that music is enormous on the site. Since the pandemic, Twitch has been pursuing DJs and performers whose visits and shows have been dropped, and it’s become something of a center point for those makers and their fans.
Entering an official association with somebody who’s been in the Twitch people group feels like an exceptionally coherent move.
Logic’s first stream is set for Tuesday, July 21st at 5 pm ET, when he’ll play the tracks off of his upcoming collection.