Watch Logic’s one-take video for nippy new track ‘Breath Control’

It's the latest preview of the rapper's upcoming new album, 'Vinyl Days'

Logic has dropped off a brand new track called ‘Breath Control’ – you can watch the song’s one-take video below.

It’s the latest preview of the Maryland rapper and producer’s upcoming new album, ‘Vinyl Days’. He first announced the project last month, sharing a clip of himself in his home studio working on a beat for it.

“This is JAY-Z‘s microphone,” he says at the beginning of the clip, as he takes a mic out of a zip case. “No I.D. gave it to me.” He then proceeds to record sound effects with his mouth before adding them to the beat as it plays.

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In the video for ‘Breath Control’, Logic can be seen spitting the rapid, uninterrupted track whilst sat down at his home studio, laid down in a single take.

At one point he shouts out Mac Miller and Wiz Khalifa: “2010 I remember whеn I was living in my godmother’s in G-Burg, that’s my word/ Bumping Mac Miller K.I.D.S, Kush and OJ Wiz/ Look in the mirror, I’m hoping it’s his day/ Givе a fuck what the kids say.”

You can watch the ‘Breath Control’ clip below:

Logic’s last project was last summer’s ‘Bobby Tarantino III’. The 12-track project arrived after Logic announced in July 2020 that he was retiring from the music industry in order to be a better father to his newborn son, Bobby. “It’s been a great decade. Now it’s time to be a great father,” he told fans at the time.

Despite his retirement announcement, Logic has continued to share a steady string of releases. He shared a beat tape in September 2020 and teamed up with Madlib to form a new duo, MadGic, releasing new tracks ‘Mars Only Pt. 3’ and ‘Raddest Dad’ in April and May last year, respectively.

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Logic also released a compilation album called ‘The YS Collection’, which compiles songs from across his ‘Young Sinatra’ mixtape series.

Meanwhile, a new study has found that Logic‘s anti-suicide song ‘1800-273-8255’ saved hundreds of lives following its release in 2017.

The track, which features Alessia Cara and Khalid, takes its name from the number of the US National Suicide Prevention Hotline.

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