Logic Update!

2018-01-30T13:14:13+00:00January 30th, 2018|

As Seen on the Project RACE Blog! Well I had no idea, when I chose Logic as the focus of my Famous Friday feature last week that he’d be making us proud and making big headlines at the Grammy’s just two days later. Did you see it? The Grio said Logic’s inspiring speech toward the end of the broadcast supporting social justice, women, and marginalized countries was the “icing on the cake” of an incredible Grammy night and I agree. After performing an important rap about suicide awareness, Logic delivered [...]

It’s Famous Friday!

2018-01-25T20:29:12+00:00January 25th, 2018|

Famous Friday: LOGIC Happy Birthday, Logic! The rapper, singer, songwriter and record producer whose birth name is Sir Robert Bryson Hall II turned 28 this week. Logic was born to a black father, Robert Bryson Hall, and a white mother and raised in Gaithersburg, Maryland. He had a very difficult and violent upbringing as both of his parents struggled with substance abuse and several of his seven siblings sold drugs. Logic says all his siblings are also multiracial, but he appears “the most white”. He was expelled from high school during his [...]

Famous Friday!

2017-09-08T06:18:18+00:00September 8th, 2017|

Rapper Logic Sir Robert Bryson Hall II is now known by his stage name Logic. Logic is a twenty seven year old American rapper, singer, song writer, and record producer.  He grew up in poverty in suburban Maryland and was raised by his black father who was addicted to drugs and his white mother who threw racial slurs around. Logic was the youngest of eight children and according to him; he was the sibling that looked most white. His title track Everybody confronts the identity challenges that he experienced growing [...]

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