How Much is Logic Worth?
Full Name: Robert Bryson Hall II
Date of Birth: January 22, 1990
Net Worth: $10 million
Logic is an American rapper whose seemingly over night rise to fame actually took almost 10 years. Logic’s net worth is currently $10 million.
After discovering rap as a teenager, Logic began creating his own beats and rhymes releasing several mix tapes beginning in 2009 under the name Psychological. Logic’s fan base began to grow and he started to perform in areas outside of his Rockville, MD home. His tape Young Sinatra: Welcome to Forever gained the attention of Def Jam records who signed him.
His first full album Under Pressure was released in October 2014, and debuted at #4 on Billboard, and went Gold with 171,000 copies sold. His second album also went gold. Fans were obsessed with Logic’s positive lyrics and felt they could relate to his upbringing and struggles with anxiety and depression.
Logic was born Robert Bryson Hall II in a tough Maryland neighborhood. He is biracial. He was raised in public housing with both his mother and father addicted to drugs and alcohol. Hall was abused by his mother and later left home and dropped out of school. He discovered rap through RZA of The Wu Tang Clan and the film ‘Kill Bill’.
In 2013 he was selected for XXL’s prestigious “Top 10 Freshmen List” and completed his first European tour. Logic has made a substantial amount of his fortune by constantly touring.
Everybody (2017) was his first album to debut at number one in the U.S on the Billboard 200. The album spawned his first international top 10 single with “1-800-273-8255”, a song which focused on suicide prevention. The popularity of the song earned him his first GRAMMY nomination. In March 2018, Logic released his sixth mixtape, Bobby Tarantino II, a sequel to his 2016 mixtape and it also landed at number one on the Billboard 200, selling 119,000 equivalent album units in the first week.
With a dedicated and growing fan base Logic is sure to continue to grow his massive $10 million net worth with most of his earnings coming from song/album streams, concert ticket sales and merchandise sales.