Logic’s ‘Everybody’ Set to Be His First No. 1 Album
It looks like Logic's about to take home a big W this week. According to the folks at Billboard, the DMV rapper's latest project, titled Everybody, is all set to move around 210,000 album equivalent units in its first week, giving him his first ever No. 1 album.
Logic's last album, titled The Incredible True Story, came pretty close to taking home the No. 1 spot, landing at No. 3 after moving 135,000 album equivalent units in its first week. His first album, Under Pressure, moved under 100,000 album equivalent units in its first seven days on shelves.
It's clear Logic's on the come up. That's good to know, since, you know, Everybody is all set to be his second to last album. In a recent interview with Genius, Logic explained that his next album will be his last.
“That’s going to be the last one. Everything with my life has been so fucking serious and it’s been a fucking message,” Logic explained. “And that’s not to say there won’t be a message and whatever, but I just want to end everything with a really big bang and get the fuck out of here. Better to go out on top like Jerry Seinfeld, nine seasons, No. 1 fucking show in the world, over a billion dollars. I’d rather do that.”
Although Logic insisted he wouldn't actually be retiring, we should still cherish Everybody and its eventual follow-up as much as possible. You can do some appreciating of Everybody by copping it on iTunes.
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