It’s Logic


Manuel De La Torre, Staff Writer

My favorite musician is going to have to be Logic. Also known as Bobby Hall because he’s an author as well.  Logic is an American rapper and record producer from West Deer Park neighborhood in Gaithersburg, Maryland.

Many people would probably know him as the 1800 guy, due to his suicide awarness song, “1-800-273-8255.” This song helped people through their rough times and helped a lot with depression, anxiety, and a negative mindset. But that’s not all, he’s also an author and released a novel called Supermarket. His novel teaches about how people detach themselves from life and don’t live in the moment, and also touches on subjects about depression and change. It’s a really good book, and I don’t even like reading books, but I still enjoyed reading it. He also created a soundtrack for this novel.

Logic makes different kinds of genre music, alternative, hip hop, rap, and boombap. I think one of the best and my most favorite studio albums he has made would probably have to be No Pressure. It’s a remake of his album, Under Pressure, his first ever studio album he made back in 2013. Supposedly, he was going to retire after the No Pressure album but he released a new soundtrack, Bobby Tarantino III. This album was very hype and a really good album for the gym.

Logic was going to retire due to the fact that he just had a son and wanted to concentrate on his family. He was scared everyone wasn’t going to relate because he would talk about his day to day life now as a dad. But as he matured, he expressed his life through music about guns, violence, and gangs. But that’s now him anymore. He’s a dad now, married, and has a kid. Everyone still loves his music including me.

He recently released his latest album, College Park, on February 23.