Logic drops off yet another visual in promotion of his No. 1-selling mixtape, Bobby Tarantino IIthis time for his song "Contra." In the Mike Holland-directed music video, Logic appears to be taking aim at those who want to be down with him now that he's "blowin' up."

Logic does some classic flexing in a flashy BMW that's overflowing with $100 spilling out on the street as he drives. Kids chase behind him collecting the bills as he raps some hard-hitting bars. Later on in the video, he appears in a narrow hallway lined with neon signs as the camera spins from side to side. Eventually, he lights an enormous pile of money on fire.


"(Bobby) Tell me who really 'bout it, bitch/I got it, not a single person work harder than (Bobby)/Just wrote a novel, starring in a movie, built another business while you at in the (party)/Ain't one to flex, but yeah, I'm finna' flex I just parked that new i8 right next to the (Audi)/Copped that G-Wagon right there for my (shawty)/Yeah now they know the name, yeah they know (Bobby)," he spits.

In the aforementioned verse, the "Everyday" spitter brings up the Mercedes-Benz G-Class he bought his now-ex wife, Jessica Andrea. The longtime couple announced their split in mid-March, citing "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for the divorce.

Meanwhile, Logic just kicked off The Bobby Tarantino Vs. Everybody Tour with tourmates Kyle and NF. The 33-show venture began last Friday (June 8) in Boston, with their next show scheduled at Madison Square Garden in New York City on Saturday (June 16).

The U.S. leg will conclude in St. Louis, Mo. on August 3, which holds a special place the "Pray" rapper's heart. In April, Logic vowed to provide tickets cover travel for a fan and their brother after they posted plans to save up for the show. "I will pay for your entire trip. take care of the extras give you all the free merch you can carry for both you and your brother and hang out with you so we can take selfies!!! i mean... if that's okay with you?," Logic tweeted.

View the "Contra" music video below.

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