As Logic gears up to wrap his Bobby Tarantino vs. Everybody tour, the rapper has dropped off a surprise collaboration titled "One Day" featuring OneRepublic's Ryan Tedder.

Anchored by Ryan Tedder's infectious chorus, Logic speaks at length about his humble beginnings. "I been at it since a teen, get this money, get the cream/Hard work and sacrifice but not a lot know what it mean/Most these rappers ain't got no class like bomb threats/And bein' the illest, the disease, is the on set/And it don't matter where you at/If you White, if you Black, if you rich or you poor, we gon' always want more," he rattles off over the piano-heavy production.

The "Contra" rapper first teased the uplifting track during his tour stop in Los Angeles at The Forum. He revealed that the song would be featured on the soundtrack for his forthcoming book, Supermarket, releasing later this fall.

Earlier this month, Logic also divulged that he has an impressive stash of unreleased music in the chamber. "WE GOT MUSIC!!!!!! 80 unreleased songs, 7 projects. Not for those who hate but for those who love us," the Maryland-bred artist penned on Twitter.

Listen to Logic's latest effort "One Day" below before it is made available everywhere on Friday (July 27).

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