Logic is an American rapper, songwriter, singer, and music producer. He is best known for rapping in his teenage years and getting famous thanks to it.
Logic is an American rapper with an estimated net worth of $14 million as of 2021. A large section of his net worth comes thanks to his music career as a rapper and producer.
|Net Worth||$14 Million|
|Source of Wealth||Music|
|Full Name||Sir Robert Bryson Hall II|
|Occupation||Rapper, Singer-Songwriter, Music Producer|
|Education||Gaithersburg High School|
|Date of Birth||January 22, 1990|
|Ethnicity||African American, White|
|Marital Status||Married (Brittney Noell)|
How Did Logic Acquire His Wealth?
Logic wasn’t born into a rich family at all, he even sang about his financial situation in the album Young, Broke, and Infamous. However, this didn’t stop him from earning a ton each year. In fact, his earnings have consistently increased over the years.
Logic earned $2.7 million in 2012 from all his previous albums as well as Young Sinatra: Undeniable. This rose to $3.3 million when he released Young Sinatra: Welcome to Forever.
In 2014, Logic released his debut studio album Under Pressure which managed to reach the #2 spot in US Rap and US R&B/Hip Hop Charts. The album also helped the American rapper increase his earnings to $4.3 million that year.
Things were looking even better for Login in 2015 when he made $5 million, and $5.5 million the year after. In 2018, he released his mixtape Bobby Tarantino II as a homage to Quentin Tarantino. In one of the tracks, he mentioned signing a record deal worth $30 million, and that he paid taxes worth $10 million in 2017. This implies that he earned about $20 million in 2017, which after removing the taxes becomes $10 million.
Speaking of songs, Sucker for Pain is his most successful song ever and has earned him a total of $49.5K. No other song has even come near this as his second most popular song was All I Do which made him nearly $26.5K. Standing right close was Ballin with an earning of almost $25K.
His least popular long was 5 am which made $12K. His total earning from his singles was $147K. While Logic also makes big money from sponsorships, endorsements, ads, and more, this income hasn’t quite been revealed yet.
How Much Does Logic Earn Per Stop During a Tour?
After the launch of The Incredible Story and its rank at #3 on charts, Logic started making nearly $150K per stop during a tour.
How Does Logic Spend His Money?
Like many rappers, Logic also likes to flex on others, but not too much. As for his net worth, he lives in a pretty humble property in Calabasas, California. He spent about $3.57 million on this house.
He is also smart with his real estate investments as previously he had bought a home in Tarzana for $1.9 million, and later sold it for $2.35 million. He has also followed the same trend with his Calabasas home and listed it for sale at $4.9 million.
Logic also has a humble car collection and it includes a $135K BMW i8 and an Audi A4.
Logic’s Early Life
Logic was born on January 22, 1990 as Sir Robert Bryson Hall II. During his childhood, Logic and his brothers had a pretty rough time since their parents had an alcohol and cocaine addiction. Because of this, they started dealing drugs while still very young.
Logic was kicked out of high school, and at the age of 17 he left his parents’ home. During his early years alone, Logic got some help from his mentor Solomon Taylor. Soon he became interested in the hip hop genre after watching Kill Bill.
This inspired him to take up the name Psychological and he released an unofficial mixtape. This got him a ton of attention in the industry from big stars like Pitbull. Before releasing his first official mixtape, he shortened his name to logic. Young, Broke, and Infamous released in 2010 and gained a ton of praise from critics.
His second mixtape Young Sinatra got released a year later, and his music video for All I Do got over a million views in a week on YouTube. His third mixtape Young Sinatra: Undeniable was released in 2012. He soon started getting a massive following on social media and signed with Def Jam Recordings.
He soon released Young Sinatra: Welcome to Forever in 2013 and his debut studio album came out in 2014 with the name Under Pressure. This album reached #2 on the US Rap and US R&B/Hip Hop charts and also managed to score #4 on Billboard 200. The album also had collabs from several popular stars like Big Sean, 2 Chainz, and Childish Gambino.
His second studio album was titled The Incredible True Story and it got released in November 2015. It scored a #1 spot on US Rap and US R&B/Hip Hop Carts while also a #3 on the Billboard 200. His third album titled Everybody scored a #1 on US Rap, US R&B, and Billboard 200 in 2017.
Logic released his fourth album in 2018 titled YSIV which debut at #2 on Billboard and featured everyone from the Wu-Tang Clan. The same year, he also released the mixtape titled Bobby Tarantino II. A year later, he met his current wife Brittney Noell and they married in September.
In 2020, the couple welcomed their first son into the world and he also has a YouTuber channel on which he talks about all his favorite video games.
Logic’s Music Career Highlights
- Logic, unofficial mixtape in 2009
- Young, Broke, and Infamous in 2010
- Young Sinatra in 2011
- Young Sinatra Undeniable in 2012
- Young Sinatra Welcome to Forever in 2013
- Under Pressure in 2014
- The Incredible True Story in 2015
- Bobby Tarantino in 2016
- Everybody in 2017
- Bobby Tarantino II in 2018
- YSIV in 2018
- Supermarket in 2019
What are the Highest-Selling Music Albums of Logic?
Logic’s third studio album titled Everybody which also featured the living members of the Wu-Tang Clan was his highest-selling album with 247K album-equivalent units sold.
Logic is an amazing rapper who has been able to turn his life around from negative to positive with his hard work and determination. He deserves every bit of success that he has earned and he is still growing. After accounting for all his income and assets, we’ve determined that Logic has an estimated net worth of $14 million as of 2021.