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Logic
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Birth Name Sir Robert Bryson Hall II
Born January 22, 1990
Years Active 2009-Present
Aliases Skittles (2005)
EASTKOAST_KILLA (2005-08)
Lord Sybliminal (2006-09)
Psychological (2008-10)
Young Sinatra (2010-13, 2018)
Logic (2009-Present)
Doc D (2021)
Latest Album Bobby Tarantino III
Associated With 6ix, Big Lenbo, Castro, Dizzy Wright, Jon Bellion, Killer Mike, Lucy Rose, No I.D., Wiz Khalifa, Sylvan LaCue
Label(s) Visionary Music Group, Def Jam Recordings, BobbyBoy Records
Website logicmerch.com

Sir Robert Bryson Hall II (born January 22, 1990), known professionally as Logic, is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer, and author. He has released six studio albums, one soundtrack album, seven mixtapes, 36 singles (14 singles as a featured artist), and three promotional singles. He grew up in Gaithersburg, Maryland, and he developed an interest in music in his teens, and began his musical career in 2009. His first release was Psychological and another mixtape called Young, Broke & Infamous in 2010. He then signed with Visionary Music Group and released three more mixtapes over the next three years, the fourth being Young Sinatra: Welcome to Forever (2013), which allowed Logic to secure a contract with Def Jam Recordings.

In 2014, Logic released Under Pressure, which peaked at #4 on the U.S. Billboard 200. The follow-up album was The Incredible True Story (2015), and both albums received positive reviews. In 2016, he released his commercial debut mixtape Bobby Tarantino, which was followed by a sequel (Bobby Tarantino II) in 2018. In 2017, Everybody was released and marked a breakthrough in Logic's career. Everybody also contained the single "1-800-273-8255", which reached #3 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, and was a top-ten hit internationally. In 2018, YSIV was released alongside Bobby Tarantino II. In 2019, Logic released his fifth studio album (Confessions of a Dangerous Mind).

Outside of music, Logic released a novel titled Supermarket, which was accompanied by Logic's soundtrack album, also called Supermarket. The book was a New York Times Best Seller, though both works received generally mixed to negative critical reception.

In 2018, he announced that he was working on a movie with J.J. Abrams, and in 2020, he announced his "retirement" after the released of No Pressure.

However, despite announcing his retirement, Logic released Planetory Destruction under a one-time moniker Doc D. In mid- to late April, he announced he was collaborating with the artist Madlib as the duo "MadGic," and finished their album in one night, according to legend. Logic followed this announcement with the release of the singles "Intro" (announcing his "unretiring"), "Vaccine" (where he initially teased BT3), "Get Up", "My Way", and "Call Me", all of which were singles for his upcoming album, Bobby Tarantino III.

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