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$14 Million
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Jan 22, 1990 (33 years old)
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What is Logic's Net Worth?

Logic is an American rapper and producer who has a net worth of $14 million. At various points at the peak of his success, circa 2018, Logic was one of the highest-paid rappers in the world, with annual earnings that approached $20 million. Logic began his music career in the late 2000s and gained a significant following with his mixtapes. In 2014, he released his debut studio album "Under Pressure," which was a commercial and critical success. The album peaked at number four on the US Billboard 200 and was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

Following the success of "Under Pressure," Logic released several other albums, including "The Incredible True Story" (2015), "Everybody" (2017), and "YSIV" (2018). He is known for his introspective lyrics, technical rapping abilities, and diverse production style. Logic's discography also includes several mixtapes, including "Young Sinatra" (2011), "Bobby Tarantino" (2016), and "Bobby Tarantino II" (2018).

Some of Logic's biggest singles include "1-800-273-8255" featuring Alessia Cara and Khalid, which peaked at number three on the US Billboard Hot 100 and earned him a Grammy nomination for Song of the Year. He has also collaborated with several other artists, including Eminem, Childish Gambino, and Wiz Khalifa. In addition to his music career, Logic has also written a novel and acted in several films and TV shows.

Throughout his career, Logic has received numerous awards and accolades. He has won two BMI R&B/Hip-Hop Awards and two MTV Video Music Awards. He has also been nominated for several Grammy Awards, including Best Music Video for "1-800-273-8255" and Best Rap Album for "Everybody." In addition to his music, Logic is known for his philanthropic work and advocacy for mental health awareness.

In July 2020, Logic announced his retirement from music, stating that he wanted to focus on being a father and pursuing other creative projects.

Early Life

Logic was born Sir Robert Bryson Hall II in Rockville, Maryland on January 22, 1990. His parents were addicted to crack and alcohol and his brothers were drug dealers when he was young. Logic started skipping classes in 10th grade and was kicked out of Gaithersburg High School. At the age of 17, he left his mother's home.

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Hall's mentor Solomon Taylor helped him out with his early career. They met when Logic was 13 years old. Logic first became interested in hip hop after he watched Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill: Volume 1. The score was produced by a member of Wu-Tang Clan, RZA. He instantly took a liking to the group and grew a deep love for hip hop.

Logic started going by the name Psychological and released an unofficial mixtape that garnered him much attention in the industry. He opened up for Pitbull, Method Mad, Redman, Ludacris, and EPMD in Maryland. He then shortened his name to Logic. His first official mixtape Young, Broke, and Infamous was released in 2010 to much praise amongst critics. He was subsequently signed to an independent label, Visionary Music Group.  In 2011 he released his second mixtape, Young Sinatra. His video for the single "All I Do" gained over a million YouTube views in one week. His third mixtape Young Sinatra: Undeniable was released in 2012, Logic launched his first national headlining tour. He released Young Sinatra: Welcome to Forever in 2013.

Logic has a large internet following and is a member of the RattPack with his friends. He is signed with Def Jam Recordings and Visionary Music Group. Logic's debut studio album Under Pressure was released in October 2014 and produced by No I.D. The album reached #2 on both the US Rap and US R&B/Hip-Hop charts and #4 on the Billboard 200. It features collaborations with Childish Gambino and Big Sean, among many others. Logic's second studio album, The Incredible True Story, was released in November 2015 and reached #1 on both the US Rap and US R&B/Hip-Hop charts and #3 on the Billboard 200. His third studio album, Everybody, was released in May 2017 and reached #1 on the Billboard 200, US Rap, and US R&B/Hip-Hop charts. Logic released his fourth studio album, YSIV, in September 2018. It debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard chart, was well received by critics, and, in a full-circle moment,  featured all the living members of the Wu-Tang Clan.

In March 2018, Logic released the mixtape Bobby Tarantino II. In one of the tracks, Logic claimed he signed a $30 million record deal. In another track, he claims he spent $10 million in taxes last year (which, if true, would mean that he grossed around $20 million in 2017.)

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In 2019, Logic released the lead single, "Keanu Reeves," from his fifth album. The album, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, was released on May 10, 2019, and debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. The album's third single, "Homicide," featured a guest verse from Eminem. The song peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Logic has also written a novel, Supermarket, and an accompanying soundtrack. They were both released on March 26, 2019 to much critical acclaim. With the release of his first novel, he became the first rapper to become a New York Times Number One Best Selling Author. In other ventures, he has also had guest roles in a few video games.

Logic's most popular singles include "Sucker for Pain" (with Ty Dolla Sign, Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, and Imagine Dragons featuring X Ambassadors) which reached #1 on the US Rap chart and "1-800-273-8255" (featuring Alessia Cara and Khalid) which reached #3 on the Billboard Hot 100. Logic cites his biggest influences and inspirations as Frank Sinatra, A Tribe Called Quest, Outkast, J. Cole, Drake, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and others.

Personal Life

Logic reportedly ended a serious, five-year relationship in 2009 in order to pursue music full time. He married singer Jessica Andrea on October 22, 2015, after dating for two years. He announced their separation in March 2018, and then, one month later, their divorce. Logic and Andrea have said they remain on friendly terms and their split was not in anger. Logic married Brittney Noell in September 2019. The rapper announced in August 2019, via a dropped freestyle track, that he and Brittney were expecting their first child, a son.

Logic has admitted to frequent marijuana use while growing up, but stated in 2013 he no longer smokes and that he very rarely uses alcohol.

He also runs a popular YouTube channel where he discusses his favorite video games.

Real Estate

In 2016 Logic paid $1.9 million for a home in Tarzana, California. He sold this home two years later for $2.35 million.

In April 2018, just a few months after filing for divorce from his first wife, Logic paid $3.57 million for a house in Calabasas, California. In November 2020 he listed this home for sale for $4.999 million. He sold the home in February 2021 for $3.9 million. Here is a video tour of his former mansion:

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