Rappers are known for showing off their wealth in the wildest ways, from the cars they drive to the clothes they wear to the homes they live in. When it comes to living quarters, Maryland-born rapper Logic is no different. Let’s take a closer look at Logic’s house and what sets it apart from other rappers.
The Details of Logic’s House
Logic showed his home off to most of the world in a 2017 video he posted on his own personal gaming YouTube account. (Warning: he does use some adult language in the video) It’s a far cry from his hometown of Gaithersburg, Maryland, set up in Tarzana, Los Angeles. As is fitting for a person who loves games, it’s fitting that Logic’s house is what he calls a “game house.” Not only does he have a gaming set up that any gamer would dream of, including modern consoles and classic arcade games, he also has some added recreational features, like a pool table.
Some other unique facets of Logic’s home include his gold albums, a picture with Nardwuar, his framed first million-dollar check, and a basement studio. In the video, he makes it clear that he doesn’t take this house or good fortune for granted.
“Five years ago, I was in Maryland and I didn’t have anything. And now I’m here and I have everything… I think a lot of people get comfortable when they have a lot of things. But for me, it makes me work even harder to keep it. That’s why I’m just really blessed that I’m here… This is everything I could’ve ever wanted.”
What Paid for Logic’s House
Logic has a good point here, in that this is quite a turnaround for him humble beginnings as Sir Robert Bryson Hall II, born in 1990. Logic’s parents were addicted to drugs and alcohol, but even after being kicked out of high school, he managed to stay out of serious trouble before starting his music career in 2009. He released three mixtapes, but it was his fourth, Young Sinatra: Welcome to Forever, that got him critical acclaim and a record deal in 2013 with Def Jam.
To date, he’s released three studio albums, starting with Under Pressure in October 2014. This debuted at number four on the U.S. Billboard 200 and went certified gold. His second album, The Incredible True Story, was certified gold as well, selling around 185,000 copies. His third album, Everybody, came out in 2017 and was his most successful foray yet, with 247,000 album-equivalent units. The album also gave him his first top 10 international single, “1-800-273-8255.” This hit number 3 on the Billboard Hot 100.
So what does all that mean for Logic’s bank account? Today, he commands a net worth of approximately $8 million. When you’re making money like that, something like Logic’s house sounds pretty affordable indeed. If you’re interested in seeing Logic in action, check out where his next concert is going to be and get some tickets with LEA.