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Logic's 'Under Pressure' Video Is Like Quentin Tarantino Meets 'Call Of Duty'

Is this a video or a first-person shooter?

Logic is a noted Quentin Tarantino fan, so it makes perfect sense that the first video from his debut album Under Pressure plays out like a crime caper.

The Stephen Wayne Mallett-directed "Under Pressure" clip starts out in a diner, much like Tarantino's 1994 cult-classic "Pulp Fiction," but then takes a turn playing out like the popular first-person shooter video game "Call of Duty." During most of the six-minute mini-movie, Logic and his Ratt Pack appear in black masks, armed with heavy artillery.

You never see Logic's face (save for a brief glimpse in the mirror), but get a taste of the action through his eyes. There are run-ins with police and rival crews as the rapper and company try to run-off with a handful of diamonds.

On October 21, Logic will drop his debut album and told MTV News that it took him just two weeks to record. “It took two weeks to record the majority of the album,” Logic told MTV News. “Don’t get me wrong — years went into it; there’s concepts and things that were around long before.”