Logic had a pretty hectic 2018 as he was trying to build his momentum off the success of his 2017 album Everybody which contained his biggest single to date "1-800-273-8255." The rapper dropped two projects, Bobby Tarantino 2 and Young Sinatra IV which were big hits amongst his fanbase. He even got a divorce from his wife Jessica Andrea right after dropping Bobby Tarantino 2 which featured Andrea on the album cover.

The "Everyday" rapper has been busy outside of music as he has been writing his long-awaited book Supermarket. Now though, it seems as though Logic is back to making and teasing music, as last night he posted a snippet on Instagram with the caption "Keanu Reeves When should I drop this?"

When it comes to Logic we mostly get a lot of boom-bap beats and progressive sounding instrumentals. Although this time around, it seems as though Logic is going for a more straightforward approach, with a more trap-influenced beat produced by his longtime collaborator 6ix.

Logic even references his 1-800 track and how people now recognize him from it. The rapper is getting pretty braggadocious on this track and honestly, we're here for it.

Are you looking forward to hearing the full song?

Quotable Lyrics:

I don't play no games 'less we talkin' Fortnite
Finally knew I made it, sittin' at the red light
When them soccer moms pull up in they van while I ride
Like "Oh my god, children, it's the 1-800 guy"
But my door's suicide, yeah, I'm too alive