What is Logic Net’s Worth?



Introduction

Logic’s networth is approximately $14 Million as of August 2022.

Sir Robert Bryson Hall II, also known as Logic, is an American rapper. He began rapping when he was a teenager.

Early Life

Logic was born Sir Robert Bryson Hall II on 22 January 1990 in Rockville, Maryland. He spent a lot of his childhood in Gaithersburg’s West Deer Park neighborhood.

Logic’s father was a cocaine addict, and his mother was an alcoholic. Despite being absent from his childhood, Logic was able to reconnect with his father through his burgeoning rap career.

Logic saw his brothers distribute crack cocaine to addicts around the block, and he also witnessed his siblings selling the drugs to his father. 

Logic says that he learned how to make crack cocaine from his siblings.

Logic attended Gaithersburg School High School. However, he did not graduate and was expelled from Gaithersburg High School when he was in the 10th Grade for skipping classes.

Career

Before signing with Def Jam Recordings, Logic had released many mixtapes. He also had the opportunity to tour with Big Sean and Kid Cudi in the same year.

2014 saw the release of Logic’s debut studio album, “Under Pressure”. He had previously stated that it would not feature any other artists and would only be his own work.

The album debuted at #2 in Billboard’s Top Hip-Hop/R&B Albums.

Since then, Logic worked with many talented artists including Yo Gotti and Marshmello as well as 2 Chainz and 2 Chainz.

Before signing with Def Jam Recordings, Logic had released many mixtapes. He also had the opportunity to tour with Big Sean and Kid Cudi in the same year.

2014 saw the release of Logic’s debut studio album, “Under Pressure”. He had previously stated that it would not feature any other artists and would only be his own work.

The album debuted at #2 in Billboard’s Top Hip-Hop/R&B Albums.

Since then, Logic collaborated with many talented artists like Yo Gotti, Marshmello and 2 Chainz.

Highlights

These are some highlights from Logic’s remarkable career:

  • Logic: The Mixtape (2009)
  • Young, Broke & Infamous (2010)
  • Young Sinatra (2011)
  • Young Sinatra: Undeniable (2012)
  • Young Sinatra: Welcome to Forever (2013)
  • Under Pressure (2014)
  • The Incredible True Story (2015)
  • Bobby Tarantino (2016)
  • Everybody (2017)
  • Bobby Tarantino II (2018)
  • YSIV (2018)
  • Supermarket (2019)

Favorite Quote From Logic

Even in my darkest hour, when I was alone, no one would ever be there to give me a pat on the back or to encourage me and say, “You’re amazing, you are talented, you have this, you have that” I was the one who would take to Twitter, and then I’d get into my music and say, “You can be as good as you can.” It doesn’t matter what you do, you can do it.” This is like telling my fans what I was trying to tell myself.