After releasing the Marshmello-assisted "Everyday" at the top of March, Logic unleashes the uptempo track's coinciding visual six weeks later (April 17). The tune appeared on the Maryland native's chart-topping Bobby Tarantino II mixtape.

The Alan Ferguson-directed visual opens with Logic at work getting berated by his two bosses for falling asleep prior to a meeting, even though he was up all night preparing a presentation.

The scene switches to the 28-year-old in a daze standing at the office fax machine as a wild day dream begins. He finds a much older version of himself who is just plain sick of the monotonous 9-5 office job. He begins organizing an uprising against corporate America and is joined by Marshmello and two other colleagues.

The team of four depart from the office and begin smashing the fax machine outside reenacting the scene from 1999's Office Space, before their lavish journey begins. Logic jacks his bosses' sports car as they hit the skatepark, basketball court and a yoga class for a day of fun.

Logic even ends up at a nightclub partying it up at a VIP table and later skydiving with Marshmello as his day dream comes to a harrowing end. He snaps out of it to the sound of his bosses once again voicing their displeasure with his work habits. The Def Jam artist finally has had enough and tells them to "shut the fuck up" while storming out of the office and happily driving home.

Check out the 10-minute short film for "Everyday" from Logic below.

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