Logic, the popular American rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer, who is famous for his “Young Sinatra” series, is worth a $10 million. Logic, who began a career in music as a teenager, earns his bucks from his album sales and concert tours.

Early Life

Sir Robert Bryson Hall II was born in Beverly Hills, California. Logic spent most of his childhood in the West Deer Park neighborhood in Gaithersburg, Maryland. He attended Gaithersburg High School. However, he did not graduate as he was expelled for skipping classes in the tenth grade.

Logic did not have a regular childhood. His father suffered from the addiction to cocaine and mother to alcohol. He even witnessed his brothers produce and distribute crack cocaine. He also stated that he knew how to produce coke, having grown up in these situations.

He married Jessica Andrea, a singer in 2015 and the couple separated in 2018.

Career

When Logic was 13, he developed an interest in rap after watching the movie Kill Bill: Volume 1, following which he began listening to rap music with deep affection. Soon Logic started to write lyrics, and in 2009, he performed under the stage name “Psychological,” which h shortened to Logic in the later years.

Logic has released three studio albums, and all the three are certified Gold albums by the Recording Industry Association of America.

During the early years of his career, Logic has released numerous mixtapes like “Psychological- Logic,” “Young, Broke and Famous,” “Young Sinatra,” “Young Sinatra: Undeniable,” “Young Sinatra: Welcome to Forever.” With his mixed tapes receiving positive reviews, Visionary Music Group signed Logic to the independent label.

On April 15, 2013, Logic signed with Def Jam Recordings to release his debut album. After releasing a series of singles from his debut album and creating hype among his fans, Logic finally released “Under Pressure” in 2014 which soon peaked at #2 on the Billboard Top Hip-Hop/RB Chart.

He released his second album “The Incredible True Story,” the sales of which surpassed that of his debut album and also topped the Billboard Top Hip-Hop/R&B Chart. He released his third album “Everybody” on March 2017 which again debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200.

In an interview, Logic has stated that his fourth album would be the final one.

Logic has gone on numerous concert tours like the Visionary Music Group Tour, Welcome to Forever Tour, The Cud Life Tour, Verge Campus Spring Tour, While You Wait-Tour, The Incredible World Tour, and The Endless Summer Tour.

He has also guest appeared on several albums of other artists like “Nowhere to Go.” “When the Lions Come,” “Skyscraper,” “I Ain’t Fukin Wit Cha” and “Sometimes.”

Logic made his Television debut in 2014 on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. He also guest-starred in animated comedy series Rick and Morty, voicing himself as the headliner of a festival.

Awards and Achievements

Logic has won MTV Music Awards and BMI R&B/Hip-Hop Awards. His work was also nominated for Grammy Awards and iHeartRadio Music Awards. In 2013, XXL named Logic in the Top 10 Freshmen List.

Logic Net Worth

Logic has seen a steady growth in his music career and has managed to create a broad fan base in a very short span. The net worth of the rapper is $10 million as of March 2018.

House and Cars

Logic currently lives in his Los Angeles house. He has converted his basement into a recording studio.

Logic has been spotted on his Audi A4 on various occasions.

Conclusion

Before he became a musician, Logic had three jobs to support himself as his parents were hardly there for him. Even he was a pothead once but somehow, managed to come out of the addiction. Logic has very often stated that he had to sacrifice various things including his five-year romantic relationship, friendship, and family to reach where he has reached today. He is one of the most influential people and with numerous more projects in his hand including albums, mixtapes, and EP, his net worth can be expected to grow sooner in the coming years.