Logic was born in Gaithersburg, Maryland, United States on January 22nd, 1990 and is the Rapper. At the age of 34, Logic biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, songs, and networth are available.

Other Names / Nick Names
Sir Robert Bryson Hall II, Logic, Psychological, Young Sinatra, Bobby Tarantino
Date of Birth
January 22, 1990
United States
Place of Birth
Gaithersburg, Maryland, United States
34 years old
Zodiac Sign
$14 Million
Actor, Audio Engineer, Author, Rapper, Record Producer, Singer, Songwriter
Social Media
Logic Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 34 years old, Logic has this physical status:

Hair Color
Dark Brown
Eye Color
Not Available
Logic Religion, Education, and Hobbies
In his interview with Village Voice, he claimed that he had a strong relationship with God but he wasn’t religious.
Not Available
Gaithersburg High School
Logic Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Jessica Andrea ​(m. 2015; div. 2018)​, Brittney Noell ​(m. 2019)
Dating / Affair
Jessica Andrea (2013-2018), Brittney Noell (2019-Present)
Robert Bryson Hall
His older brothers used to produce and sell crack cocaine around the neighborhood.
Logic Life

Sir Robert Bryson Hall II (born January 22, 1990), also known as Logic, is an American rapper, guitarist, songwriter, and author. Logic, a teenager who was born in Gaithersburg, Maryland, discovered an interest in music as a child and embarked on a musical career in early 2009, releasing Young, Broke & Infamous, a compilation of 10 songs.

He left Visionary Music Group in the United Kingdom and has since released three new mixtapes over three years.

Young Sinatra: Welcome to Forever (2013), his fourth mixtape, was released to critical acclaim and enables Logic to land a recording contract with Def Jam Recordings. His debut studio album Under Pressure was released in 2014 and debuted at number four on the United States' charts. Billboard 200, and was eventually awarded gold.

Both albums, as well as the sequel To The Amazing True Story (2015), received mainly favorable feedback from critics.

Bobby Tarantino, his debut commercial mixtape, dropped in 2016, he debuted his third studio album Everybody in 2017. Everybody made a leap forward in his career by debuting at number one on the Billboard 200, and it was his first attempt to become a platinum medalist.

The album also featured the single "1-800-273-8255," which ranked number three on the US charts. Billboard Hot 100, and it was a top-ten hit around the world.

Bobby Tarantino II and his fourth album YSIV were both announced in 2018; each debuted within the top-two on the Billboard 200, while the three trio received generally positive critical reception. He released his fifth album Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, which also debuted at number one.

In addition, it featured a collaboration with Eminem titled "Homicide," which debuted on the Hot 100, despite generally favorable feedback, while logic's titled Supermarket (2019), which was accompanied by a soundtrack of the same name.

The book became a New York Times Best Seller, but critical receptions remained mixed, with no one responding positively.

Early life and education

Sir Robert Bryson Hall II was born in Rockville, Maryland, on January 22, 1990, at Shady Grove Hospital. He was born to Robert Bryson Hall, a black Maryland resident, and a white mother. He has seven half-siblings who live with his father and mother. Logic spent a large part of his youth in Gaithersburg, Maryland, in the West Deer Park neighborhood. His father suffered from a cocaine use, and his mother suffered from alcoholism. Despite his father being absent in his youth, logic was able to reconnect with Hall due to his burgeoning rap career. Logic witnessed his brothers manufacture and sell crack cocaine to "addicts all over the block," including to his father. Following these experiences, logic maintains that he has a realistic idea how to produce and produce crack cocaine.

He attended Gaithersburg High School, a neighbor. However, he did not graduate and was soon suspended after beginning skipping classes in the tenth grade. "I started doing poorly and failed every class but English," the expulsion was thrown out of school, and the teachers sacked me out of school, but they didn't give up on me."

Personal life

Logic found he smoked weed while growing up in 2013. He was also addicted to cigarettes, and devoted the song "Nikki" from Under Pressure to the occasion. He speaks about smoking since the age of 13, and that after giving up marijuana and alcohol, he could not recover from the addiction until the age of 24. Since being introduced to Under Pressure, he promised not to smoke another cigarette. He has a YouTube channel where he posts videos about his favorite video games, personal life, behind the scenes, and freestyle raps.

Jessica Andrea, a trained singer, married Logic on October 22, 2015. In March 2018, he announced that they had separated and filed for divorce the following month. They remained close friends and did not mention rage as the reason for their break, adding that "it just didn't work out" was the cause. Logic married Brittney Noell in September 2019, and the two children later had a son together.


Logic Career


Logic met Solomon Taylor, who would soon be his mentor at the age of 13. After watching Quentin Tarantino's film Kill Bill: Volume 1, logic became interested in rap and hip hop. RZA, a member of the hip hop group Wu-Tang Clan, was in charge of the film's score. Following this, Logic began listening in on the group and soon expressed a deep passion for hip hop. Logic purchased the Roots' album Do You Want More???? Taylor had a few CDs with instrumental beats on them earlier this year, prompting him to write lyrics for the first time. Logic performed under the stage name "Psychological" in 2009, with Logic describing the name as "one name that really stuck [with me]. I just loved this word because it was about the mind, and I knew that was what I wanted my music to be about; something that really challenges the mind. Psychological Logic: The Mixtape under his original stage name. Logic was able to appear as the opening act for artists such as Pitbull, EPMD, Method Man, Redman, and Ludacris at various exhibitions around Maryland thanks to the mixtape. "Logic" moniker was shortened shortly after.

Logic's first official mixtape, Young, Broke & Infamous, was released on December 15, 2010 after these first impressions. Critics loved the mixtape, and it was also the source for Logic to appear a few years later. Visionary Music Group president Chris Zarou heard the mixtape and gave Logic to the independent label. "Visionary Music Group is like Roc-A-Fella" upon signing, according to Logic in an interview. I like to imagine myself as a Jay, like Chris Zarou of Visionary Music Group. I am not arrogant or cocky, but I do need to see it in order to do it. They did it all independently, and when they signed with a major, they did it the way they wanted to do it." According to the mixtape sharing site DatPiff, the mixtape had been downloaded over 300,000 times. Young Sinatra, Logic's second mixtape, debuted in 2011. The mixtape is the first installment in the Young Sinatra chronology, and several journals, including XXL, have praised it. The songs "All I Do" and "Mind of Logic" refer to logic's perspective. The former is about Logic's everyday life in his personal studio, while the latter is a lyrical tour of Logic's mind, focusing on his desire to be the best in the world. Following its launch on YouTube, the music video for "All I Do" gained over a million views in the week after.

Logic's third mixtape Young Sinatra: Undeniable, following the success of his previous two projects, was released on April 30, 2012. The mixtape is notable for Logic's treatment of a variety of personal issues, including his father's opioid use, his expulsion from school, and his mother being stabbed. "Fans tend to believe that if you fall in love with an artist because [he] gets] bigger and [his sound changes], people will think he changes," logic says. With me, I made all sorts of sounds from the get-goal era, so you won't say I'm changing." He spoke about the musical aspects of the mixtape, adding, "There's stuff for the mothers who don't pay attention to lyrics and just want to have fun," but every line is constructed with such depth that the true lyricists and nitpickers have something to listen to." Following the success of Young Sinatra: Undeniable, Logic's first national headlining tour, the Visionary Music Group Tour, ended.

Logic was included in an early 2013 edition of XXL, as part of the publication's annual "Top 10 Freshmen List," alongside writers Travis Scott, Trinidad James, Dizzy Wright, Action Bronson, Joey Badass, Angel Haze, Ab-Soul, Chief Keef, Kirko Bangz, and Schoolboy Q. Logic completed his first European tour in March 2013 and announced that his fourth mixtape, Young Sinatra: Welcome to Forever, would be released on May 7. He introduced the project as part of his second headlining national tour, the Welcome to Forever Tour. Critics lauded the mixtape's rapid growth and adaptability, while others praised the rapper's rapid expansion and adaptability. Since its introduction, the DatPiff has received over 900,000 downloads.

Logic had signed with Def Jam Recordings on April 15, according to Def Jam's No.D. He was the executive producer on his debut album. "I'm excited to take the next step in my career," Logic said in a public statement regarding the signing. Def Jam [Records] and Visionary Music Group have joined up to work together, as well as the opportunity to collaborate [with No.D.] It is inexpensive. I'm honored to be a part of the most legendary hip hop brand of all time." Logic toured with Kid Cudi, a fellow Def Jam signee Big Sean, and Tyler, the creator of "The Cud Life Tour 2013," in the fall of the year.

Logic revealed on November 5, that No.D., former GOOD Music producer Hit-Boy, RattPack member 6ix, and C-Sick will be performing on his debut album with No I.D. The album's executive producers, Terry and 6ix, were on the panel. Visionary Music Group released the album "24 Freestyle" on January 27, 2014. The album was released in honor of Logic's birthday and serves as the first recorded collaboration between all VMG artists. Logic announced on February 11 that he would be touring with EDM band Krewella on the 2014 Verge Campus Spring Tour. Logic launched "Now," which was supposed to be included on his forthcoming free EP titled While You Wait, on April 8. Logic and Quest, a fellow Visionary Music Group member, embarked on the month-long While You Wait Tour. He released "Alright," the third track from the While You Wait series, on April 22, with Big Sean as the third member. Logic brought the four-track scheme to a close on May 7, with the release of "Finding Forever."

Logic revealed that no featured artists would appear on his debut album in summer 2014, making it "personal [to Logic] and focusing on me." Logic's "Driving Ms. Daisy," a Childish Gambino song, was released on August 27. On September 21, September 21th, the name and release date of his album were announced. On September 15, the title track, which was also the album's top single, was announced. Logic's second single, "Buried Alive," debuted on October 14, marking the album's last single to be unveiled as promotion for the album. Logic released Under Pressure on October 21, a 70,000 copy debuting at number four on the US Billboard 200 chart.

Logic made his network television debut on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on November 12, performing "I'm Gone" alongside the Roots, 6ix, and DJ Rhetorik.

Logic unveiled the trailer for his forthcoming second studio album on September 8, announcing that the album will be released in the fall of 2015 and is dubbed a "motion picture sci-fi epic." The tale, which takes place 100 years into the future, begins with Earth becoming uninhabitable due to massive human interference. The main characters embark on Paradise, and they take The Incredible True Story as they travel. It features Logic, Steven Blum (as Thomas), Kevin Randolph (as Kai), and Anna Elyse Palchikoff (as Thalia), as the main characters, and the cast members were included in a panel debate to promote and discuss the album at New York Comic Con. Following "The Incredible True Story," Logic, Blum, Randolph, and 6ix attended New York Comic Con in 2016.

Logic released "Young Jesus," the album's lead single, starring longtime friend Big Lenbo, on September 22, 2015. On October 14 and November 5, respectively, "Like Woah" and "Fade Away," the album's second and third singles, were released. The Incredible True Story came out on November 13, 2015, beating his debut album on the Billboard 200 and debuting at number three in first-week sales of 135,000. The album debuted at number one on the Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums. It was also the second major Logic commercial release to receive widespread critical acclaim. Logic revealed The Incredible World Tour, which will take place in spring 2016. After the conclusion of The Incredible World Tour, it was revealed that Logic and rapper G-Eazy would co-headline The Endless Summer Tour, a national tour, in summer 2016. The supporting acts for Rappers YG and Yo Gotti are YG and Yo Gotti. Logic released "Flexicution" on June 14, 2016, a song that he teased on social media for months but where she provides backing vocals two weeks before the tour begins. The album debuted at number 100 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, becoming his first song to chart on the Hot 100. On June 24, he appeared on "Sucker for Pain" with Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, Imagine Dragons, Ty Dolla Sign and X Ambassadors later. The song appeared on the Billboard Hot 100 chart as part of the Suicide Squad, a 2016 film. Pusha T.'s "Wrist" was released on the same day as Pusha T's vocals.

Logic released Bobby Tarantino, a mixtape, on July 1, 2016. It was Logic's fifth mixtape and first since 2013 when it was announced unexpectedly on his Twitter page. The mixtape featured singles "Flexicution" and "Wrist" and debuted at number 12 on the US Billboard 200 chart, with "Wrist" and "Wrist" on the top of the charts.

Logic announced the original name of his third studio album, AfricAryaN, on October 3, 2016, stating that "It's about me being black and white, and seeing life from two perspectives." [It's about] evolution and how you can go from the darkest of skin to the most transparent of skin] at the end of the day.

Logic's new album, Everybody, debuted on March 29, 2017. Sam Spratt's third album was revealed on Logic's social media pages as a series of videos revealing the official album cover designed and painted by Andy Hines. The album was released on May 5, 2017, and it contained three singles: Damian Lemar Hudson's title track, "Black Spiderman" starring Damian Lemar Hudson, and Alessia Cara and Khalid.

With 247,000 album-equivalent units, of which 196,000 were pure album sales, everybody debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200. However, pure sales dropped by 96% to just 8,000 copies for the second week in a row. The album's third single, "1-800-273-8255," was rated platinum 5 by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIAA), as well as in the top ten in other nations. Logic guest appeared in the animated comedy series Rick and Morty in August 2017, voicing himself as the festival's headliner. Logic released the track "Broken People" with Rag'n'Bone Man in November 2017 as part of the Bright soundtrack.

Logic released "44 More" on February 23, 2018. It was a sequel to "44 Bars," Logic's 2016 mixtape Bobby Tarantino's song "Real Bars." The song debuted at number 22 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, peaking at number 22. On February 27, the following single, "Overnight," was released four days later. With record producer Marshmello, Logic will eventually debut "Everyday" on March 2. Logic would announce Bobby Tarantino II, his sixth mixtape, later this year, with a promotional video starring Rick and Morty's characters. Bobby Tarantino II was revealed on March 9, 2018, via Def Jam and Visionary Music Group, as well as featured guest appearances from 2 Chainz, Big Sean, and Wiz Khalifa. It debuted at number one in the United States, his second straight number-one album in the United States. He appeared in the premiere episode of Netflix's original documentary series, Rapture, on March 30.

Logic's fourth studio album, YSIV, was released on September 28, 2018. Logic released three singles: "One Day" starring Ryan Tedder, "The Return," and "Everybody Dies" before revealing the project. The album features the song "Wu Tang Forever," which features all the Wu-Tang Clan members. Logic later revealed that he was writing a book and that he had written and directed his own film, which he's continuing to work on.

Logic's "Keanu Reeves," his lead single from his forthcoming fifth studio album, was released on January 18, 2019. On March 26, 2019, he published Supermarket, a self-written book with an accompanying soundtrack, further expanding his musical reach by including alternative rock. Although he was the first rapper to have a New York Times No. 1, he became the first rapper to have a New York Times No. 97. Critics generally dismissed 1 best-selling book and the accompanying soundtrack, with critics and a record at No. 69. On the US Billboard 200, 56 people appear. Logic released Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, his fifth studio album, on March 19, along with its title track. "Homicide," the album's third album, was released on May 3 and featured a guest verse from Eminem. The album reached No. 1 on the charts at No. 1. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and in the top ten in various other countries. The album was announced on May 10 and debuted at No. 10 and debuted at No. 10. The US Billboard 200 is No. 1, making it his third album to debut on the top of the chart.

In the last chapter of the video game The Last of Us Part II, Logic had a minor role in acting when he provided the voice and motion capture for a villain. On July 16, he revealed that his sixth album, No Pressure, would be his last, as he continued to work on being a father. On July 24, the album was released as the sequel to his 2014 debut album, Under Pressure. Since completing an exclusive deal with Twitch, he began streaming full-time on July 24. In real time, chat with followers, and play video games, he uses his streams to produce beats. He has played games with streamers including Corpse Husband, Jackseptic Eye, MrBeast, PewDiePie, Pokimane, Sykkuno, and Valkyrae. No Pressure's first stream was the album listening party. He made his Grammy speech on the internet because he hoped he'd never get nominated, and he thanked Drake, Kendrick Lamar, 6ix, A$AP Ferg (and A$AP Mob as a whole), and Toro y Moi.

Logic published preorders for his autobiographical book This Bright Future on March 20, 2021. It was published later this year in September and debuted at number four in non-fiction on The New York Times Best Seller list. The book chronicles the rapper's childhood, adrift, and his fame as a hip-hop artist. "1-800-273-8255" was also raped after his debut of his hit song "1-800-273-8255."

"Mars Only Pt." was a song on Logic's YouTube channel, "Mars Only Pt." "3," a project between him and producer Madlib. Madgic, a portmanteau of the collaborators' names, is the pair's unit. "Raddest Dad" and "Mafia Music" have been released in a joint fashion by the pair.

Logic announced a return to music on June 16, mirroring Michael Jordan's words on his return to basketball. He released the album "Intro," his first since returning to music, in June 18th, and a month later, he would announce a series of singles that seemed to be part of a forthcoming project. On July 30, 2021, he dropped Bobby Tarantino III, who featured 4 out of 5 of the singles released during the previous month ("Intro") was not included in the mixtape).

Logic made his onscreen debut in Mr. Corman's Apple TV series Mr. Corman as Joseph Gordon-Levitt's biracial friend in three episodes in August 2021.

Logic's seventh studio album, titled Vinyl Days, was released in January 2022. He and fellow rapper Wiz Khalifa co-headlining the Vinyl Verse tour on April 18, announcing the upcoming album, which will be announced on June 17. In Irvine, CA, the tour will begin on July 27. He released two singles, "Tetris" and "Decades," on the album, and then began releasing new singles every week leading up to the album's unveiling.

Logic's seventh studio album, Vinyl Days, received rave reviews on June 17, 2022. Logic would predict that his next album, College Park, will be announced shortly.

Logic reported on July 4 that he had signed to BMG. "I'm just excited to go to a place where I can be independent and respected as an artist, and I'm proud to be recognized as an artist, and I'm in charge of my destiny," BMG's speaker said.

Logic appeared in the animated film The Legend of Vox Machina.


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