Logical addresses receive hate on social networks

Sir Robert Bryson Hall II has achieved a level of success in the music industry. The Maryland-raised rapper, better known as Logic, has also been the regular target of hate comments on social media.

In a recent interview with Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1, Logic addressed to receive reviews online. The Vinyl Days The album’s creator reflected on the evolution of internet culture over the past decade.

“It’s hard to watch people tell you that they hope your family dies and your baby is ugly, and X, Y, Z, and you face that every time you look on the internet,” Logic said. . “I know, it’s screwed up, man. Yes, as human beings. It’s crazy to know that ten years ago the Internet was not like this. It was actually a much nicer place.

He continued, “There were still trolls and stuff… but everything now, how people discuss or even talk about music, ‘Yeah, that was in the middle.’ What does it mean? To have an opinion. If someone talks about an artist, “Yeah, that’s the middle”.


Logic also added, “I’m like, ‘Is that how you talk to your mom? When your mom gives you breakfast, “Yeah, mom…” Who does that? So, I think for me, it’s something I wanted to do. I wanted to get away from negativity. Not like I’m trying to hide and this and that, but just like, ‘Man, I need a break.’

Vinyl Days arrived on June 17 via Def Jam Recordings. The 30-track project includes features from Action Bronson, Curren$y, Russ, Wiz Khalifa, Royce da 5’9″, RZA, Blu, Exile, AZ, DJ Premier, The Game and other artists.

Previously, Logic had released other studio albums such as Under pressure in 2014, Everybody in 2017, Confessions of a Dangerous Spirit in 2019, and No pressure in 2020. The 32-year-old rhymer has scored three number ones on the Billboard 200 charts throughout his career.