Logic has revealed how much of an honor it would be if he was given the opportunity to do an album with legendary producer The Alchemist.
The Maryland native spoke about wanting to do a joint album with Alchemist on Twitter after a fan asked if he would do a full project with the West Coast native. According to Logic, not only does he want to do it, but the project can get done pretty quickly
“Of course @Alchemist is one of the greatest producers of all time. it would be an honor,” Logic tweeted. “Al… we could finish an album in a weekend brother. lets do it!!!!”
Alchemist wasn’t the only person that Logic wants to get in the studio with to create. In another tweet, Logic mentioned English Hip Hop artist Loyle Carner as the one person he really wants to work with next year.
Logic has yet to work with Alchemist in any capacity but clearly wants to be a part of the exclusive club of rappers who got the chance to work with the legend. Mobb Deep, Royce Da 5’9”, The LOX, Fat Joe, Eminem, Cam’ron and more have all linked with Alchemist in the studio.
While he waits to get confirmation on the album with Alchemist, Logic is attempting to teach his son about the production game. Logic posted a video to his Instagram that shows him handing a drum kit off to his two-year-old son Bobby, whom he welcomed in 2020 with his wife Brittney Noell
“Just press these here,” Logic says to his boy, who is toying around with the different buttons. “Just the colors baby.”
“Teaching my boy to make beats,” Logic wrote in the caption
Logic recently wrapped up his North American Vinyl Verse Tour with Wiz Khalifa. The tour kicked off on July 27 and concluded in St. Louis, Missouri, on September 2. 24kGoldn, DJ Drama, Fedd The God and C Dot Castro also appeared at numerous stops along the way, with Berner and Rubi Rose performing on a few select dates as well.
The tour was in support of Logic’s album Vinyl Days, which dropped on June 17, and features appearances from Action Bronson, Russ, Curren$y, RZA, AZ, The Gameand others. The project marked his final Def Jam release, which he left earlier this year in favor of a deal at BMG that would allow him to own his masters