May 4, 2017


#TBT 2014: Logic Talks Greatest Accomplishments and Being a 'Student of the Game'

In our latest episode of #TBT, we revisit a 2014 interview with Logic where he discusses how he deals with being compared to other artists, and his then-greatest accomplishments.

"Like, coming from Section 8 housing, welfare, food stamps, knowing that that's not my life anymore," the Maryland native told Fuse. "I think it's okay to indulge every once in a while, but the fact that the people I love don't have to worry or get up and work jobs they hate anymore and we can all work together—that's my greatest accomplishment"

Holding two studio albums and six mixtapes since 2009, Logic reveals he gets his hip-hop inspiration from a wide selection of artists. "I have inspiration from, you know, A Tribe Called Quest, Nas, Outkast, Big Daddy Kane, Big L, Jay ZKayne West it goes on and on."

Next, watch more of the rapper/producer discuss the process behind the debut album Under Pressure and its hugely personal subject matter: