Logic - The 2014 Tour
The biggest name to drop in the hip hop scene in the last decade is still hitting the tour
circuit hard, finishing his Verge Campus Spring Tour then jumping straight back on the road with his While You Wait Tour.
Logic's newest tour will be taking him to every corner of North America, spanning the United States and the hottest spots
in Canada. Don't miss him when he heads to a location near you, including: Lowell and Boston, MA; Silver Spring and Baltimore,
MD; Hartford, CT; Columbus, Cincinnati, and Cleveland, OH; New York City and Rochester, NY; Waterville, ME; Philadelphia,
PA; Atlanta, GA; Orlando, St. Petersburg, and Fort Lauderdale, FL; Dallas, Houston, Austin, and San Antonio, TX; Albuquerque,
NM; Tempe, AZ; Santa Ana, San Diego, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, CA; Vancouver, BC; Salt Lake City, UT; Denver, CO; Lawrence,
KS; Minneapolis, MN; Chicago, IL; Grand Rapids and Detroit, MI; Toronto, ON; and Montreal, QC.
Logic is bringing along
one of the hottest entourages of performers hip hop has scene in a long time. On his soon to conclude Verge Campus Spring
Tour, don't miss amazing supporting acts Krewella and hip hop scions Radical Something. On his much anticipated While You
Wait Tour, he'll be performing with hard hitting QuESt as well as the ever more established Castro.
Whether you're catching
him in the hottest clubs or the most iconic venues, Logic is not a show to miss. He'll be playing some of the most famous
spots across North America, from the House of Blues in multiple cities to world wide known Fillmore in San Francisco.
Logic would be born in 1990 and spend the majority of his youth roaming the streets of inner city
Maryland. Growing up in a troubled household, he would drop out of high school in the tenth grade and immediately filled the
void of school by delving into the musical world. By 17 he had moved out and was independent, working multiple jobs to make
ends meet. Logic would team up with Solomon Taylor in his formative years, who would encourage Logic to write his own material
for mix tapes.
By late 2010, Logic had spent enough time honing his musical skills that he would put out his first mixtape,
accompanied by two music videos. Hot on the scene and effectively gaining exposure through self promoting and online media,
he would eventually get the attention of big name producer Chris Zarou. Zarou admired Logic's music and his persona, and invited
him on board to his up and coming label Visionary Music Group. With the support of Zarou, Logic would release his next mixtape
and receive critical acclaim from XXL magazine and BillBoard. He would also recruit a following via YouTube, where his videos
were getting more and more popular.
Logic dropped his third mixtape in two years in 2012, putting out more personal
rhymes than before and also becoming a versatile performer. He would become a regular headliner on the tour circuit, and complement
that with increasing depth in his lyrics and the honing of his message. Priding himself on his variety, Logic has gone to
great lengths to not corner himself into one particular brand or sound.
By 2013 Logic was crisscrossing the globe with
tours across the United States and into Europe. His fourth mixtape would drop and pave the way for his debut record, which
he would work on with Def Jam Recordings. Logic's horizons would continue to expand as he worked with legendary producers
like No I.D. and Don Cannon, and toured with the biggest names in the business such as Kid Cudi and Big Sean.
Logic's big break came with his first mixtape release in late 2010, Young, Broke, and Infamous, which would be
carried by the singles "Stain in the Game" and "BackPack", both of which were accompanied by music videos produced by Logic.
His follow up mixtape Young Sinatra would come out a year later, and would feature the hits "Mind of Logic" and "Prime". The
mixtape would put the hip hop scene on alert, as BillBoard would herald Logic as an artist to look out for. His biggest hit
from the album, "All I Do", would be his biggest hit ever and garner close to seven million views.
the appearance of a music visionary, his third mixtape Young Sinatra: Undeniable featured his first forays into an increasingly
personal style with the hit "Inception", and also as his steadfast admiration for his biggest influences with "Dead Presidents
III". His fourth and most current mixtape, Young Sinatra: Welcome to Forever would feature artists such as Castro and would
be his biggest release to date. Among the tapes many jams, the title track "Welcome to Forever" as well as "5AM" solidify
Logic's position among the newest and hottest hip hop artists on the scene today.
in hip hop stem from a myriad of influences, ranging from the Wu-Tang Clan to the Roots to Frank Sinatra.
and coming EP While You Wait is believed to be a teaser for Logic's first full length. Logic has yet to release a full length
of completely original material.
The Logic Concert Experience
Get as close to the stage as you can, so
that a decade from now you can tell your friends that you were up close and personal with one of the biggest hip hop artists
on the scene back when he was just starting out. Logic has only been in the mainstream for three years, but his ever increasing
catalog of hits and mixtapes are paving the foundation for a huge career. Don't miss your chance to see Logic live - get your