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Logic Bio

Logic’s career is a uniquely modern hip-hop success story: his fan base grew online, enabling him to rise from obscurity and stardom based only on his talent and his music. Logic’s rap style draws from classic and modern hip-hop in equal measure, and his love of artists as diverse as the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Frank Sinatra has helped him cultivate a unique style that has made him one of rap’s most interesting young voices.

Logic was born Robert Bryson Hall II in Gaithersburg, Maryland on January 22, 1990. Little about his upbringing hinted at his future superstar status. In fact, Logic was raised in an impoverished neighborhood. He grew up in the West Deer Park housing projects, where drug use and crime were rampant. Among the victims of the area’s drug problems were members of Logic’s own family. Both of Logic’s parents struggled with substance abuse – his mother and his father were each addicted to both cocaine and alcohol. Logic’s brothers made money by selling drugs in the neighborhood, and at one point even sold drugs to their own father.

Drugs were a release for many in the troubled neighborhood, but Logic channeled his frustration in another way: music. After seeing the film Kill Bill when he was 15 years old, Logic became interested in the rap music used in the film. The artist behind the raps in Kill Bill was RZA, a member of Wu-Tang Clan, and Logic became hooked on his music. Soon he was listening to a wide range of hip-hop artists, including early rappers and more contemporary acts. In addition to rap, Logic listened to singers and rock and roll bands. He became particularly attached to Frank Sinatra, who he would later pay homage to with the nickname Young Sinatra and a trilogy of mixtapes with the same name.

While Logic was pouring himself into music, his schoolwork suffered. Logic didn’t see the point of focusing on school, and he soon began skipping classes. By the tenth grade, he was failing classes. He passed English – the natural talent with words that would serve him so well as a rapper helped him scrape by in that course – but the rest of his teachers handed him Fs. Because of his absenteeism and his lack of effort, the school expelled him.

Without school in his life, Logic had more free time than ever. He used almost all of it to make music. He worked closely with his mentor, Solomon Taylor, who gave him instrumental CDs to rap over. Logic began recording and performing under the name Psychological, and released a mixtape under that name in 2009. That release, Psychological – Logic: The Mixtape, helped put Logic on the map. He was soon opening for more established acts when they came through Maryland. Among others, Logic opened for Pitbull and Ludacris.

Logic changed his stage name to its final form around this time, and in 2010 he released his first official mixtape: Young, Broke, and Infamous. Young, Broke, and Infamous was a local hit, and it got him noticed by Visionary Music Group, a fledgling record company. After his second mixtape, Logic signed with Visionary Music Group.

In 2011, Logic released his second mixtape. He called it Young Sinatra, a nickname of his and a nod to his hero Frank Sinatra. Young Sinatra caused a minor sensation within the world of hip-hop. For the first time, Logic was noticed by mainstream publications like XXL. And, even more importantly, Logic began to catch the attention of fans on the Internet. The music video for his song “All I Do” was posted on YouTube and garnered more than one million views, the first time Logic had accumulated that many clicks. This surge in Logic’s fan base helped establish Logic as a rising star. The young rapper hadn’t made a full-length album or signed to a major label, but the Internet attention made it clear that he already had an army of fans ready to buy Logic tickets and grab copies of his first album – just as soon as he got around to making it.

But before Logic made that first album, he made a couple more mixtapes. The first of these, Young Sinatra: Undeniable (2012), was a powerful record that explored the tough details of Logic’s upbringing, including his parents’ struggles with drug addiction. Logic’s record used a wide variety of musical styles and incorporated a broad range of influence, which drew the attention of fans and critics.

Following his third mixtape, Logic headed out on a tour of Europe. Though he’d still not released his first album, fans rushed to buy Logic tickets. He followed with the final installment of his Young Sinatra trilogy, a mixtape called Young Sinatra: Welcome to Forever (2013). The success of the tour and of Logic’s mixtapes didn’t escape the attention of major labels: by the end of 2013, Logic had signed with Def Jam Recordings.

With Def Jam, Logic set about working on his first-ever major label release, which would also be his first-ever official album. By the time Logic released Under Pressure (2014), anticipation had built to a fever pitch. The record debuted at number four on the Billboard 200 albums chart, and Logic’s established fan base bought 72,000 copies of the record in its first week alone.

Having finally made his first official album, Logic didn’t wait long to make his second. He quickly returned to the studio and made The Incredible True Story (2015), which was released the very next year after Under Pressure. Logic’s second effort was even better received than his first: it beat Under Pressure’s first sales week by a margin of nearly 50,000 copies, and it debuted at number 3 on the Billboard 200 chart.

Logic’s unique style and incredible talent helped him rise from obscurity to Internet fame and, eventually, to mainstream stardom. Logic is still just in his mid-20s and has only released two full-length albums, but he’s already understood to be one of the most exciting rappers working today. The way things have gone so far, it only seems reasonable to expect that Logic albums and Logic tickets will remain some of the hottest sellers in the industry for many years to come.

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High: $1,014.00

Cheap Logic Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$15.00 Logic — 03/20/2016
Music Farm Columbia; Columbia, SC
$16.00 Logic — 03/10/2015
Phoenix Concert Theatre; Toronto, ON
$17.00 Logic — 03/19/2016
Ritz-Raleigh; Raleigh, NC
$18.00 G-Eazy and Logic — 07/21/2016
PNC Bank Arts Center; Holmdel, NJ
$22.00 Logic — 02/04/2016
Vogue Theatre - Vancouver; Vancouver, BC
$22.00 Logic — 03/09/2016
Phoenix Concert Theatre; Toronto, ON
$22.00 Logic — 07/07/2017
The Great Saltair; Magna, UT
$26.00 Logic — 04/11/2016
San Jose Event Center; San Jose, CA
$26.00 Logic — 07/25/2017
Bayfront Park; Miami, FL
$27.00 Logic — 03/12/2016
House of Blues Boston; Boston, MA

Best and Most Expensive Logic Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$1,014.00Logic — 07/10/2017
Greek Theatre; Los Angeles, CA
$998.00Logic — 03/25/2016
Stubbs Restaurant; Austin, TX
$170.00Logic — 07/18/2017
Mesa Amphitheatre; Mesa, AZ
$164.00Logic — 02/16/2016
Rialto Theatre-Tucson; Tucson, AZ
$160.00Logic — 07/21/2017
Bayou Music Center; Houston, TX
$154.00Logic — 02/06/2015
Rio Theatre on Broadway; Vancouver, BC
$149.00G-Eazy and Logic — 06/29/2016
Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion; The Woodlands, TX
$132.00Logic — 02/12/2016
The Warfield; San Francisco, CA
$123.00Logic — 02/25/2016
Skyway Theater; Minneapolis, MN
$121.00Logic — 08/09/2017
Bank of America Pavilion; Boston, MA