Logic Claims He's Sitting on Five Unreleased Albums in 'Everybody Dies': Listen

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Logic performs onstage during the Power 106 Powerhouse festival at Glen Helen Amphitheatre on May 12, 2018 in San Bernardino, Calif. 

Logic's relentless work ethic has played an integral role in his rise through the hip-hop ranks. With the 28-year-old gearing up for the release of his Young Sinatra IV album later this month (Sept. 28), the Maryland native returned on Friday (Sept. 7) with a fresh 6ix and CuBeatz-produced single titled "Everybody Dies."

The braggadocious track finds Bobby reflecting on his struggles in the past, but also makes his grand plans for the future known to the world as he aims to join hip-hop royalty. Logic also claims to be sitting on five unreleased albums, in addition to a novel he recently penned. 

"I just took a hiatus and wrote a novel, motherfucker/ I got more verses than the Holy Bible, motherfucker/ Cause I'm sittin' on five, unreleased albums/ Greatest of all time, no lyin', that's the outcome," he confidently raps. 

"Everybody Dies" arrives on the heels of the Def Jam artist's bristling "YSIV Freestyle" and "The Return," where Logic unleashed his alter ego and took things back to his roots. He also added a verse to Kyle and Kehlani' "Playinwitme" for a bubbly remix in August. 

Stream "Everybody Dies" below.