|Full Name||Sir Robert Bryson Hall II|
|Birthday||January 22, 1990|
|Birth Place||Gaithersburg, Maryland, United States|
|Net Worth||$14 Million|
As a long-time hip-hop head, Logic is one of my all-time favorite rappers. With unrivaled wordplay, profound storytelling, and infectious energy, he has risen to the forefront of music. This is the story of how Logic defied the odds and became a voice for mental health.
Overcoming a Troubled Upbringing
Logic was born and raised in Gaithersburg, Maryland. His father was absent due to severe drug addiction, and his mother worked tirelessly to provide for the family. Growing up, Logic dealt with issues like domestic violence, racism, instability, and poverty.
At just 13 years old, Logic found solace in hip-hop music. He became obsessed with greats like Tupac, Biggie, and Wu-Tang Clan, studying rhyme schemes and flows. Soon Logic was making his own tracks under the name "Psychological." Music became his passion and escape.
Steady Rise on the Underground Circuit
In 2009, a young Logic began releasing mixtapes and generating buzz. His tapes Young, Broke & Infamous (2010) and Young Sinatra (2011) impressed with advanced rhyme skills and intricate flows. Logic racked up millions of online plays, signed to an independent label, and even secured an opening slot on a nationwide tour.
Logic‘s big break came in 2013 when the emerging talent signed a record deal with Def Jam. I still remember how excited I was when I heard the news – Logic was finally getting his shot!
Finding Mainstream Success with Major Label Debuts
In October 2014, Logic released his major label debut Under Pressure, which shot to #4 on the Billboard 200. The album displayed his prowess as a lyricist and storyteller. Songs like "Under Pressure" and "Buried Alive" revealed a vulnerable side of Logic and connected deeply with listeners.
But Logic‘s biggest smash came with his sophomore album The Incredible True Story in November 2015. The album presented a cinematic sci-fi concept packed with bangers like "Fade Away." Debuting at #1 on the Billboard 200, Logic had officially arrived as a heavyweight in hip-hop.
Evolving into a Powerful Voice for Mental Health
With his third studio album Everybody (2017), Logic pivoted to tackling weighty topics like mental health, equality, and discrimination. The album‘s lead single "1-800-273-8255" follows a suicidal person‘s thought process and highlights the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.
"1-800-273-8255" made a massive cultural impact, earning Logic Grammy nominations for Song of the Year and Best Music Video. I still get chills every time I hear Logic rap the line, "I don‘t wanna be alive." He gave a voice to mental health struggles at a critical time.
Why Fans Love Logic
- Jaw-dropping rhyme skills and wordplay
- Vulnerable, cinematic storytelling
- Relatable messages about overcoming adversity
- Tireless advocacy for mental health awareness
- Electric, high-energy live performances
- Impressive production and beat-making abilities
At just 33 years old, Logic has pushed hip-hop forward in so many ways. He proves that skilled MCing and powerful artistry can change lives. Logic inspires me daily, and I can‘t wait to see what he does next.