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July 31, 2020 1 min read 0 Comments

Logic has released his final album and it's a bittersweet moment for fans and perhaps the music industry as a whole. Fans have been loving No Pressure thusfar, however it turns out life wasn't always roses and sunshine for the rapper. 

In an interview with Big Boy's Neighborhood, Logic revealed that when he was at his most famous was when he struggled the greatest. Logic's "1-800-273-8255" truly catapulted him into the limelight and brought suicide prevention to the fore. 

"The thing is, before '1-800' popped off on the Everybody album I was just a known rapper, but I went from that to a pop, known," said Logic. "When you do that, I'm like, 'Oh okay, now I get it Selena [Gomez], now I get it Justin [Bieber]. Okay I get it, Taylor [Swift]. Like, I get it, dog. Y'all get ripped apart.

"My lowest point, my deepest, darkest, depressed state that I've ever been in was my most famous, my most wealthy, my most known. People don't understand that," Logic said. "Would I do it all over again? Yes, because I made it here and I'm still fighting and learning every day.