Logic, otherwise known as Sir Robert Bryson Hall II is from the state of Maryland- it’s not every day that a white rapper from MD attains international success, but then every day has a challenge for the Def Jams signee. From a self-described “pothead” to a cleancut lyricist rapping about suicide prevention, Logic takes a little bit from all over, blends real life into his bars and makes a connection with the crowd that perhaps is why he’s so popular- that and his ever present hip hop jewelry chain.
Logic started off in 2009 producing beats with a main inspiration of Frank Sinatra- bit of a switch for a hip hop artist. After signing with Visionary Music Group in 2010, Logic dropped several more mixtapes over the next few years: Young Sinatra: Undeniable was specifically notable for addressing so many deeply personal topics, which enamored him with young fans whom turned to rap to express their own issues.
Logic’s main appeal is the ability to connect with people, the “realness” in his raps that’s relatable across the board. His hip hop jewelry style is a match- with the casual gold chains he wears to the small personal bling bling jewelry pendants, Logic rolls in baggy clothes and sweatshirts for the most part. He’s a man of the people, and if you’re about that cool casual style, Hip Hop Bling will deck you in gold and diamonds for less. Real talk, Logic may collab with Wiz Khalifa, 2 Chainz and Big Sean, but you won’t need his cash to cop a new lit hip hop jewelry blinged out Jesus Piece from Hip Hop Bling.
With 3 studio albums, a song about suicide that hit #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 list and a cameo on Rick & Morty, one of the hottest shows on TV today, Logic has been killing it in recent times. Def Jam picked him up in 2013 and he’s been releasing singles here and there while working on mixtapes and eventually what he believes will be his last studio album.
Logic’s latest mixtape Bobby Tarantino II dropped in March 2018 featuring 2 Chainz and Wiz Khalifa as two of the top contenders- soon after Logic was featured on the debut episode of Netflix’s original series Rapture. Logic has more surprises to show, and with luck, will be appearing in more media soon.