Sir Robert Bryson Hall II, also known as Logic, is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer. He was born on January 22, 1990.
|Full name||Sir Robert Bryson|
|Date of birth||July 22, 1990|
|Net worth||$20 million|
Early life and education
Logic was created on January 22, 1990, in Gaithersburg, Maryland, as Sir Robert Bryson Hall, Inc. His mother is Caucasian, while his father is African-American. The ‘Sir’ in his name was added by his mother and is not a title; he was given the name Robert Bryson Hall by his father.
Due to the drinking and drug use of both of his parents, he had a difficult upbringing. Along with that, he learned how to make crack cocaine from his drug-dealing brothers. The family resided in the West Deer Park community, where one in four people lives in poverty. He had a strong cigarette addiction and had smoked marijuana in his early years.
He has subsequently stopped using marijuana and alcohol, with the exception of the occasional glass of champagne, but he is still having trouble quitting smoking.
He was a student at the nearby Gaithersburg High School, but he was expelled before he could graduate.
After watching the Quentin Tarantino film “Kill Bill: Volume 1” when he was fourteen years old, he developed an interest in rap and hip-hop music. He also met Solomon Taylor at this time, who became his mentor and inspired him to compose songs over musical tracks.
Parents and family
Robert Bryson Hall and Mary Bryson Hall, who are his parents, Mary is a white woman, and Robert is a black man from Maryland. Logic’s early years were influenced by the unusual fusion of cultures and experiences within his family because he was the youngest of seven half-siblings. Sadly, his parents’ relationship was short-lived, and they split up, leaving a young Logic to deal with the difficulties of a disjointed family structure.
In 2009, Robert Bryson Hall debuted as a theatrical performer as “Psychological.” He began to perform as the opening act for artists like Pitbull, EPMD, Method Man, Redman, and Ludacris after releasing his first unofficial mixtape, “Psychological Logic: The Mixtape.”
Young, Broke, and Infamous, his debut official mixtape, was released on December 15, 2010, and it was well-received, establishing him as a promising rapper. Its popularity aided him in securing a contract with the independent label “Visionary Music Group.”
In 2011, he launched his second mixtape, ‘Young Sinatra’, the first of his ‘Young Sinatra’ trilogy. It received positive reviews and gave him exposure in several publications. In his third mixtape, ‘Young Sinatra: Undeniable’, launched on April 30, 2012, he went more personal, referencing in his lyrics events like his expulsion from school, his father’s drinking, and his mother getting stabbed. He claimed that he wanted to compose songs with those who loved them in mind. His first nationwide headlining tour, the “Visionary Music Group Tour,” accompanied the CD.
Young Sinatra: Welcome to Forever, his fourth mixtape, was released in May 2013. To support it, he embarked on the two-month-long Welcome to Forever Tour. Fans and detractors alike applauded him for his versatility, and the mixtape was downloaded online more than 700,000 times.
On October 21, 2014, he released his debut studio album, “Under Pressure,” after inking a deal with “Def Jam Recordings.” Although he had spent the previous two years working on the album, it was only recorded in two weeks and featured the critically acclaimed singles “Under Pressure” and “Buried Alive. He made his television debut on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” and sang the song “I’m Gone” after the album’s popularity.
He released his second studio album, “The Incredible True Story,” on November 13, 2015. The tracks “Young Jesus,” “Like Woah,” and “Fade Away” are part of the experimental album’s ongoing narrative. The record clearly bears the influence of director Quentin Tarantino.
His fifth mixtape, “Bobby Tarantino,” which was released on July 1, 2016, is his most recent offering. It featured the song “Flexicution,” which became his first solo song to chart on the Billboard Hot 100. His third studio album, “AfricAryaN,” which will discuss his mixed race, already has a name.
Britney Noel is his spouse. She is an American blogger, social media influencer, and fashion designer. A small group of friends attended Brittney Noell and her husband’s wedding in their backyard in Los Angeles. The couple then had a boy on July 17, 2020.
Though Logic and Noell have kept much of their relationship private, In January 2023, the pair revealed they were expecting their second child together.
Logic is reported to have over $20 million as both a rapper and producer.