GoldLink On Logic, Chaz French & The Diversity Of DMV Rap
GoldLink's strong internet following and general mystique might make him appear to be something of a post-regional artist, but according to the rapper himself, the DMV plays a major role in his music. In our recent interview, the rapper, who has lived in DC, Maryland, and Virginia, explained just how the area has informed his style. "The way that I talk, my slang, the way I say things, they way I go about things is very home-based," he explained. "Everything is from my region, because you've never seen anything like it. That's why no one knows what the fuck the sound is.
Logic Performs "Fade Away" On Jimmy Fallon
Logic was a guest on Jimmy Fallon last night, as he continues to promote his sophomore effort, The Incredible True Story. The album has been receiving solid reviews across the board, and his fans are supporting it on the commercial side-- it moved an unexpected 135,000 copies opening week.
Logic Explains Background Story Behind “The Incredible True Story”
Coming fresh off the release of his #1 hip-hop album The Incredible True Story, Logic made his way by the Rapgenius Genius headquarters recently, and talked about the origin of the album's background story.
Watch Logic Freestyle While Solving A Rubik's Cube
As we've learned over the past week or so, Logic likes to bring his Rubik's Cube wherever he goes. A few days ago, he quickly solved the puzzle while being pestered by Charlamagne tha God -- no easy task -- but on Big Boy radio, he was asked to execute a perfect Cube while freestyling -- both things he's very good at, but we can't say it's ever been done before.
Logic’s “Breakfast Bars” Freestyle
To promote his sophomore album The Incredible True Story, Logic made his way out West and stopped by The Cruz Show on Power 106 to spit a freestyle from off the top for the listeners. Going at it for nearly 6 minutes straight, the Def Jam spitter proved once again why he’s one of the nicest to spit on a mic right now. Being titled the “best breakfast bars” they’ve ever had, Logic was later asked to talk about how he feels when being talked as the top emcee in the game.
Logic On The Breakfast Club
After previewing his Rubik's Cube-solving technique yesterday on Ebro in the Morning, Logic actually solved one during his interview this morning on The Breakfast Club.
Logic Talks Sophomore Album, Being Too Nice, & More On Hot 97
To promote his newly-released sophomore album The Incredible True Story, Logic made his way by the Hot 97 studios recently and chopped it up with the gang from Ebro In The Morning. Sitting down for a lengthy 40-minute chat, Logic talked about the concept behind the new album, being too nice, his method of solving the rubic’s cube in under 60 seconds, putting Neil DeGrasse Tyson & Peter Rosenberg almost on the album, and much more. Check it out.
Logic Feat. Big Lenbo "Young Jesus" Video
Logic Feat. Big Lenbo
Logic has already proved he can make a memorable video, with the first-person shooter-style clip for "Under Pressure" setting the bar for how inventive his visuals can be. He may have just topped himself with Young Jesus, a technically impressive and often hilarious video that finds he and Big Lenbo playing multiple characters in a winding plot.
Lil Durk Reveals He Has Collaboration With Chance The Rapper In The Stash
Lil Durk's debut album, Remember My Name, is finally out today. When the rapper first revealed the tracklist, it was noticeably light on features, calling upon DMV rapper Logic, Jeremih and Hypno Carlito. Obviously, Durk was not too worried about attaching big names to his album, and more focused on bringing a different side than what we saw/heard during his mixtape run.
Watch Kanye West, Ludacris, And More Perform Live At Powerhouse 2015
Tune in at 10ET to for a live stream of Power 106's "Powerhouse 2015" extravaganza in Anaheim's Honda Center, featuring performances from: Kanye West, Ludacris, Kid Ink, B.o.B., Tech N9ne, Ty Dolla $ign, G Eazy, Tinashe, Logic, Nipsey Hussle, and Casey Veggies.
Logic "Fire In The Booth" Freestyle
Logic is across the pond at the moment for his Under Pressure World Tour tour in Europe, and the European radio personalities really just want to see him freestyle. After stopping by Tim Westwood's Capital Xtra last week the Maryland rapper made an appearance on Charlie Sloth's afternoon BBC One program yesterday.
Logic Freestyles On Tim Westwood
Logic is currently touring Europe, and while in the U.K., he stopped by renowed DJ Tim Westwood's Capital Xtra show on BBC Radio 1. Getting right to it, Westwood drops the instantly recognizable instrumental to Method Man's "Bring the Pain", and lets Logic have at it. Logic proceeds to drop a two and a half minute freestyle while barely taking a breath. We don't know how "off the dome" this actually is, but the Maryland rapper goes way deeper than we're used to seeing on most impromptu radio rap sessions.
Logic's "Just Another Day" Vlog (Ep. 28)
Coming off the release of his debut album Under Pressure, Logic is currently out on the road again as part of the “Under Pressure” World Tour. Inviting cameras to follow his everyday travels, here goes the latest episode (28) in his on-going vlog series titled “Just Another Day”.
Logic Freestyles On "The Cruz Show"
While out in Los Angeles this week, Logic made a stop by The Cruz Show and did what he does best, and that’s spit BARS. During his time on air, the Def Jam rapper took part in the show's "Breakfast Bars" segment, where he goes off the top about a variety of topics, including Kobe Bryant, Taylor Swift, & Kanye West. As usual, Logic does his thing here and proves once again why he’s one of the nicest lyricist and freestylers in the game today. If you’re a fan of Logic or just freestyles, then you should definitely check out this 3-minute take above. Thoughts?
Logic's "Just Another Day" Vlog (Ep. 27)
Coming off the heels of his debut album Under Pressure, Logic is currently out on the road again as part of the “Under Pressure” World Tour. Inviting cameras to follow his everyday travels, here goes the latest episode (27) in his on-going vlog series “Just Another Day”.
Logic Gets Phone Call From Big Daddy Kane
Logic Feat. Big Daddy Kane
Thanks to former industry heavyweight, Steve Lobel, one of the Def Jam’s youngest emcee’s was able to connect with the legendary Big Daddy Kane for a phone conversation in this new segment from Blurred Culture. During the call, we can hear Kane giving Logic his props (and vis versa), and even hear the two briefly mention working together for a future collab, which would be epic btw. Following the call, Lobel walks down the hallway and connects Logic with another strong lyricist in the game, Crooked I.
Logic "I'm Gone (Tonight Show Performance)" Video
Logic’s movement continues reached new heights last night when the emcee took his talents to “The Tonight Show.” An opportunity given to only the most elite artists in the music industry, the spot found Logic performing “I’m Gone,” the latest single from his critically-acclaimed Under Pressure LP, alongside The Roots. Give the performance a viewing and let us know your thoughts in the comment section. For more performances from Logic, be sure to check out his artist page right here at HNHH.
Logic Performs "5 A.M." On Skee TV
With his new album Under Pressure, Logic has reached all sorts of previously unattained heights. For starters, it was his first project sold for a profit. Then there's the fact that he almost topped T.I.'s Paperwork in the sales department. Now, the Maryland native makes his TV debut on Skee TV to perform "5 A.M."
Logic "Under Pressure" Video BTS
Logic takes us behind-the-scenes today for the upcoming music video for his title track "Under Pressure." The rapper is looking to make a movie-like visual, with inspiration stemming from classic heist/robbery films like "Heat." He details what fans can expect from the upcoming music video, as well as give us a look on the set of the video shoot. The director is Nick Mahar.
Power 106's Vick One Tells Logic His Album Is "Overrated"
Logic's debut album Under Pressure has been fairly divisive around our pages over the past few weeks. Many readers offer the album acclaim, saying it's the best release of 2014; others say it's nothing more than a good kid, m.A.A.d city rip-off with decent production elements. Power 106's Vick One, apparently, is of the latter school of thought. The difference between him and the rest of the critics, however, is that he's willing to say it to Logic's face. In a pre-interview taping, the DJ tells Logic that his thought the LP was overrated.