Sir Robert Bryson Hall II, known to the world by Logic, emerged as a trailblazing rapper and lyricist, leaving an indelible mark on the music world. Born on January 22, 1990, in Gaithersburg, Maryland, he grew up deep poverty and surrounded by violence that would later shape his musical journey.

He burst onto the scene with his first mixtapes, showcasing his lyrical prowess and tenacity. Logic's music resonated with listeners, not only for his technical skills but for his willingness to confront personal struggles, mental health battles, and societal issues within his lyrics.

One of his defining moments came with his debut studio album, "Under Pressure," in 2014. The album was a heartfelt reflection on his life, delving into themes of family, identity, and the pressure to succeed. It garnered critical acclaim and solidified Logic's position as a rapper capable of conveying deep emotions and experiences through his art.

Logic's influence expanded beyond his music. He became an ambassador for mental health awareness, using his own journey to inspire and uplift others. His hit single "1-800-273-8255" showcased his commitment to addressing mental health issues openly, touching the lives of many struggling individuals and reinforcing the importance of seeking help.

Logic continues to push boundaries not only within music, but also literature, acting, and gaming. In all of Logic’s creative endeavors his mission remains the same: inspire people to be themselves and do what they love.

Saturday, July 6

Coca-Cola Stage

9:15 PM