Logic is keeping busy these days. After unleashing his latest mixtape Bobby Tarantino II in March, Logic stopped by On Air With Ryan Seacrest on Tuesday (April 17) and announced his forthcoming projects — including a comedy film and a few novels.
Fresh off the success of the breakout hit “1-800-273-8255” and the new tape, Logic told the radio host that while his music career has been taking off, he’s been dabbling in the film world and has already written a comedy film. “I love range, as far as acting, from like drama and all types of stuff, but if I’m going to come out the gate, I just want to make people laugh,” he said, adding that the film will center on a record store, but he didn’t delve into the film’s plot or cast.
In addition to his comedy film, which will begin production at the end of this year, Logic is heading back to TV screens for a scripted television project and has two novels on the horizon. Logic’s first novel is titled Supermarket, and he didn’t announce the second title but assured Seacrest it is “really rad.”
Up next on Logic’s itinerary is his Bobby Tarantino vs. Everybody Tour with Kyle and NF. The tour kicks off in June and ends in August at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre in St. Louis.
Watch Logic’s full interview below.