Logic's getting ready to release his forthcoming project, Young Sinatra IV which is expected to drop next week. However, it looks like he's taking a different route with this project in comparison to the rest of his discography. As streaming services dominate music consumption more and more every day, Logic announced that Young Sinatra IV will be the last time he prints physical copies for an album.

Logic took to Instagram to announce that his forthcoming project will have physical copies but only for a limited amount of time. The rapper revealed that YSIV will be the last project he releases that will have a hard copy.

"For all my die hard fans this is the last time I’m doing a physical album! Available for a limited time only!" He wrote on Instagram.

Considering that the majority of people have some sort of streaming service, it doesn't seem like Logic will lose out by strictly keeping his forthcoming releases digital. 

Logic's Young Sinatra IV will be the first installment in the series to be released as an album. His previous Young Sinatra releases were all mixtapes. YSIV is the second project from Logic this year. It'll follow the release of Bobby Tarantino II which dropped earlier this year. 

Earlier this week, Logic revealed that he has the entire Wu-Tang Clan featured on Young Sinatra IV. Whether you enjoy Logic's music or not, the Wu-Tang/Logic collaboration is definitely something to look forward to.