Logic is putting Def Jam Recordings on blast for the way they’re handling his music releases. The Maryland rapper took to social media on Thursday (April 20) to call out the label, but made sure to point out his comments weren’t aimed at the company’s CEO, Tunji Balogun.

“Def Jam, why you fucking up my releases, man?” he said in a video. “First of all, I love you Tunji. Tunji’s my guy, he ain’t got nothing to do with this. What the fuck is going on, man? I told Def Jam that I wanted to release my shit as a two-pack and I just found out that they’re releasing it as two singles at the same time. What kind of shit is that? On top of that, they’re telling me, ‘Oh, don’t drop your music video early ’cause if you do, you might upset our partners who feel like YouTube’s getting an exclusive.’ I don’t give a fuck about none of that shit. I care about my fans, man. I care about Hip Hop. I care about music.”

Logic admitted he used to care about the money, but now he’s settled down and in a good financial position, he’s focused solely on the music.

“And I’ma be honest, years ago, I was playing that game: ‘Don’t do this, release this on this shit,'” he explained. “All for the brand and the money and trying to be fucking extra, and I don’t give a fuck about none of that, man. I have my baby, I have my wife. I’m blessed, bro. I made it. And now I’m here at this place, I ain’t taking nobody’s shit.

“Def Jam, do not fuck up my release. Vinyl Days is coming out in June. I’m so excited, I love y’all, but they’re fucking my shit up. Everybody in that building who is really there for me – I love you, thank you so much. Everybody else can eat a dick.”

This isn’t the first time Logic has had issues with Def Jam. In October 2020, he called out the label for not paying his album collaborators and said it was damaging his personal relationship with people.

“@defjam can you please pay my friends and musicians that have made my albums great this is ridiculous at this point!” he wrote at the time. “I shouldn’t be getting calls from close friends of mine in the middle of dinner with my Wife about how YOU haven’t paid them from the budget you’ve given me for this album.”

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In July 2021, Logic revealed he was recording his final Def Jam album on his Bobby Tarantino III track “See You Space Cowboy.”

“So I invited all the homies out here in the middle of nowhere,” he says on the outro. “And uhh we just decided to do this Bobby Tarantino EP, 3-P, off the cuff just for fun, just for the summer, just for all the homies. But we actually out here recording this album. It’s gon’ be my last studio album on Def Jam.”

Logic’s new songs “Tetris” and “Decades” ended up being released together on Friday (April 22) — listen below.