The Logic Described To Win "Life-Changing" Money
In addition to advice that's gotten into the industry and his admiration for Drake.
In a conversation with Beats 1 Radio's Zane Lowe, the Logic opened up about his experience of moving from poverty to the top of the music industry.
The Maryland-rapper is reflected in the transition from living in Section 8 housing and receiving government assistance for the signing of its first agreement with a $200,000 advance, which he called "change of life".
He shared his surprise when during initial negotiations with their label, in accordance with the proposal of us $30 million. The Def Jam-signee says Lowe, "I woke up and I realized how much money they have accumulated. It is not necessarily about the things you monetarily ... but I woke up and was like, 'I never have anything to do for the rest of my life.'" He expresses that he now feels "free" to make music.
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Lowe's and the Logic also touch on suicide prevention of the consciousness of the track that led to the Logic in the main stream in the last 12 months, "1-800-273-8255." Lowe's points out, "It's not like they have a smash with a club banger, that I have come and had a smash with something that people need in their life."
The logic is further elaborated in its statement, the share that during their first album, tried to make "club bangers" and was "confused", explaining, "I'm so happy that I didn't have a hit record until it was that record ... Now the whole world knows who I am and what I represent."
See the full interview below.