Read this article to learn about Logic’s net worth, age, height, girlfriend/wife, family, education, early life, career, wiki & Full Bio.
- 1 Logic Net Worth
- 2 Logic Wiki/ Bio
- 3 Birthday, Age & Zodiac Sign
- 4 Height, Weight & Physical Stats
- 5 Early Life, Family & Education
- 6 Personal Life
- 7 Career
- 7.1 How did Logic get started in Rapping?
- 7.2 Early career and various mixtapes
- 7.3 2012–2013: Young Sinatra: Welcome to Forever and recording contract
- 7.4 2015–2016: The Incredible True Story and Bobby Tarantino
- 7.5 2017–2018: Everybody, Bobby Tarantino II and YSIV
- 7.6 2019–2021: Supermarket, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, No Pressure
- 7.7 2021: Return to music
- 8 Favorite Quotes from Logic:
- 9 Facts/Trivia:
- 10 Some FAQ’s related to Logic:
- 11 Social Media Information:
Logic Net Worth
As of 2021, The Net worth of Logic is estimated to be $15 Million USD. The primary source of his earnings is coming from his career as a Rapper.
|Net Worth||$15 Million|
|Source of income||Professional Rapper|
Logic Net Worth Growth in last 5 Years
|Logic Net Worth In 2021||$15 Million|
|Logic Net Worth In 2020||$14 Million|
|Logic Net Worth In 2019||$12 Million|
|Logic Net Worth In 2018||$8 Million|
|Logic Net Worth In 2017||$5 Million|
Logic Wiki/ Bio
American rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer Robert Bryson “Bobby” Hall II, better known by Logic, was born on January 22, 1990. During his teenage years, he started rapping.
|Real Name||Robert Bryson “Bobby” Hall II|
Birthday, Age & Zodiac Sign
Logic’s birthday is on 22nd January. He has reached the age of 30. Logic’s zodiac sign is Aquarius.
|Day of Birth||Monday|
|Year of Birth||1990|
|Birth Sign Duality||Assertive|
|Birth Sign Modality & Element||Cardinal & Fire|
Height, Weight & Physical Stats
The height of Logic is 5 Feet 6 Inches, and the weight is 76 Kg or 167 lb. The eye color is Black and the hair color is Brown.
|Height||5 Feet 6 Inches|
|Weight||76 Kg or 167 lb|
Early Life, Family & Education
On January 22nd, 1990, Logic was born in Rockville, Maryland. He spent most of his childhood in Gaithersburg’s.
His father was addicted to cocaine, while his mother was an alcoholic. Though his father was absent throughout Logic’s childhood, his rap career allowed him to reconnect with him.
Logic saw his brothers manufacture and distribute crack cocaine to “addicts all over the block” during his early adolescent years, as well as seeing his siblings sell the drugs to his father.
After growing up with his siblings, Logic claims to know how to manufacture and produce crack cocaine.
There is no information available about his school education. Still, in the future, if he reveals any information about his educational background, we will update this article as soon as possible.
After dating for two years, Logic married Jessica Andrea on October 22, 2015.
In March 2018, he announced their separation and, a month later, their divorce. Andrea and Logic have said they are still on friendly terms, and their separation was not a result of anger.
Brittney Noell and Logic were married in September 2019. A freestyle track he dropped in August 2019 revealed that he and Brittney were expecting their first child.
How did Logic get started in Rapping?
Logic met Solomon Taylor when he was 13 years old, and soon he became his mentor. The movie Kill Bill: Volume 1, directed by Quentin Tarantino, inspired Logic to get into rap and hip hop.
Logic soon developed a deep affection for hip hop after listening to the group. Logic purchased the Roots’ Do You Want More album. The following year, Taylor brought Logic many CDs containing instrumental beats that he could write lyrics over.
Early career and various mixtapes
The first official mixtape from Logic, Young, Broke & Infamous was released on December 15, 2010. Logic’s mixtape established Logic’s reputation as an artist among critics and the general public. After hearing the mixtape, Visionary Music Group president Chris Zarou signed Logic to his label.
It has been confirmed that over 300,000 copies of the mixtape have been downloaded from the popular online mixtape sharing service DatPiff.
The second mixtape by Logic, Young Sinatra, was released in 2011. A diverse range of publications, including XXL, has given the mixtape critical acclaim. The week following its release, the music video for “All I Do” attracted over a million views on YouTube.
Following his first two mixtapes, Logic released his third effort, Young Sinatra: Undeniable, on April 30, 2012. Logic discusses several personal topics in the mixtape, such as his future, drug use by his father, getting kicked out of school, and his mother being stabbed.
2012–2013: Young Sinatra: Welcome to Forever and recording contract
A Logic feature appeared in an edition of XXL early in 2013, alongside Travis Scott, Trinidad James, Chief Keef, Kirko Bangz, and Schoolboy Q.
On March 23, 2013, Logic announced his fourth mixtape, Young Sinatra: Welcome to Forever.
Upon release, the mixtape received praise from critics, who called it a “free album” and noted the rapper’s progressive growth and adaptability. More than 900,000 copies of the mixtape have been downloaded from DatPiff since its release.
On April 15, it was reported that Logic had signed with Def Jam Recordings and that his first album will be executive produced by Def Jam producer No I.D.
2015–2016: The Incredible True Story and Bobby Tarantino
A trailer for Logic’s second studio album was released on September 8. It features Logic, Steven Blum, Kevin Randolph, and Anna Elyse Palchikoff.
Logic released his album’s lead single, “Young Jesus,” on September 22, 2015, featuring frequent collaborator Big Lenbo. The second and third singles, “Like Woah” and “Fade Away,” respectively, were released on October 14 and November 5.
The Incredible True Story debuted at number three on the Billboard 200 on November 13, 2015, surpassing his debut album, which debuted at number three with total first-week sales of 135,000. The album also debuted at number one on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
A mixtape titled Bobby Tarantino was released by Logic on July 1, 2016. The mixtape peaked at number 12 on the US Billboard 200 chart with songs like “Flexicution” and “Wrist.”
Logic revealed his original title for his third studio album to be AfricAryaN on October 3, 2016.
2017–2018: Everybody, Bobby Tarantino II and YSIV
The new title of Logic’s album is Everybody, as revealed on March 29, 2017.
Among the singles from the album is “1-800-273-8255”, a song created in partnership with the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.
As of February 23, 2018, Logic released “44 More”. This was Logic’s follow-up to Bobby Tarantino, his 2016 mixtape. On February 27, “Overnight” was released as the next single. “Every day, with Marshmello, would be Logic’s next single release on March 2.
In a promotional video featuring Rick and Morty, Logic announced his sixth mixtape, Bobby Tarantino II, on March 7. On March 9, 2018, Def Jam and Visionary Music Group released Bobby Tarantino II featuring 2 Chainz, Big Sean, and Wiz Khalifa.
He released YSIV, his fourth studio album, on September 28, 2018.
2019–2021: Supermarket, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, No Pressure
The lead single from Logic’s fifth studio album ‘Confessions of a Dangerous Mind’, titled “Keanu Reeves,” was released in early 2019.
Featuring a guest verse from Eminem, “Homicide” was the third single from the album released on May 3.
The album was released on May 10 and debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200, becoming his third chart-topping album.
On July 16, 2020, he announced the news that it would be his last album as he would be retiring from rapping to focus on being a father.
On July 24, 2020, the album was released. After striking an exclusive agreement with Twitch, Logic began broadcasting full-time on July 24. His main activities on Twitch are producing beats, chatting with fans, and playing video games.
2021: Return to music
Logic announced on June 16 that he was returning to music. His first song since returning to music is “Intro,” released on June 18. On July 30, 2021, he released Bobby Tarantino III, his seventh mixtape.
Favorite Quotes from Logic:Just because you got money doesn't mean you're gonna be happy, and just 'cuz you can buy everything in the world doesn't mean you're gonna find your purpose." -Logic Click To Tweet"It's really cool to come from nothing and essentially be a nobody and make yourself somebody." -Logic Click To Tweet“How can sky be the limit when there is footprints on the moon.” – Logic Click To Tweet
- The Visionary Music Group Tour was Logic’s first national headlining tour following the release of Young Sinatra: Undeniable.
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|Playing Video Games|
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|Fajitas, Hamburger & Tacos|
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Social Media Information:
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