Logic, born Sir Robert Bryson Hall II, has an impressive career from basically every angle. The now-retired rapper is also an acclaimed producer and songwriter, and has even published a New York Times bestselling novel…which, perhaps unsurprisingly, was bundled with its own soundtrack.
Today, Logic is a Twitch streamer. It’s not all video games, however. He produces beats and interacts with fans on the platform, too.
In virtually every arena in which he sets foot, Logic demonstrates talent and skill—and his rap career was no exception. He garnered two Grammy nominations, as well as gold and platinum certifications, during his relatively short time as a rapper before his retirement in 2020.
Here is Logic’s complete discography, in chronological order. It includes all albums, mixtapes, singles, and features.
- Young, Broke & Infamous
- Young Sinatra
- Young Sinatra: Undeniable
- Young Sinatra: Welcome To Forever
- Bobby Tarantino
- Bobby Tarantino II
- Under Pressure
- The Incredible True Story
- Confessions of a Dangerous Mind
- No Pressure
- “Under Pressure”
- “Buried Alive”
- “Alright” featuring Big Sean
- “Driving Ms. Daisy” featuring Childish Gambino
- “Young Jesus” featuring Big Lenbo
- “Like Woah”
- “Fade Away”
- “Wrist” featuring Pusha T
- “Sucker for Pain” with Lil Wayne, Imagine Dragons, Wiz Khalifa, Ty Dolla Sign and featuring X Ambassadors
- “Black Spiderman” featuring Damian Lamar Hudson
- “1-800-273-8255” featuring Alessia Cara and Khalid
- “Broken People” Rag’n’Bone Man
- “44 More”
- “Everyday” with Marshmello
- “One Day” featuring Ryan Tedder
- “The Return”
- “Everybody Dies”
- “Keanu Reeves”
- “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind”
- “Homicide” featuring Eminem
- “OCD” featuring Dwn2earth
- “Feels Right” by Yonas
- “I Got This” by Tyler Thomas also featuring Vic Mensa
- “20/20” by Lungz
- “Willing to Die” by Gin Wigmore also featuring Suffa
- “All of Me” by Big Gigantic also featuring Rozes
- “Sriracha” by Tech N9ne also featuring Joyner Lucas
- “Home” (Remix) by Snoh Aalegra
- “You Can Count On Me” by Ansel Elgort
- “Sometimes” by Snoh Aalegra
- “The Feeling” by John Lindahl
- “Pray” by Sam Smith
- “Start Again” by OneRepublic
- “ISIS” by Joyner Lucas
- “These Days” by Silas
- “Fun Up Here” by Mike Posner
- “Twisted” by French Montana also featuring Juicy J, and ASAP Rocky
- “A Letter to my Younger Self” by Charli XCII
Young, Broke & Infamous
Released: December 15, 2010
Facts about Young, Broke, and Infamous
- The opening song, “Stain in the Game,” is about Logic’s power struggle starting from the bottom of the rap game, and his identity of climbing through the ranks in order to stand out.
- Young, Broke, and Infamous refers to his lifestyle at the time of release. Only 20 years old when the mixtape debuted, Logic was living in a friend’s basement and had no fan base at the start of his career—a play on the true meaning of “infamous,” or perhaps a nod to how notoriety can, unfairly, launch careers better than good behavior.
- In the track “Young Sinatra,” Logic touches on people’s shock when he raps.
- “Young Sinatra”
- “Can I Love”
Released: September 19, 2011
Facts about Young Sinatra
- “All I Do” is about Logic’s everyday workflow in his personal studio: grinding every single day, and traveling on the road with his team all over the country.
- The track “Mind of Logic” serves as a lyrical tour of Logic’s mind. He discusses his desire to be the greatest, as well as his lack of self-doubt and pure determination.
- “All I Do”
- “Mind of Logic”
- “Let Me Go”
- “Young Sinatra II”
Young Sinatra: Undeniable
Released: April 30, 2012
Facts about Young Sinatra: Undeniable
- “Numbers” covers the nonstop race of chasing money, and the passion needed in order for his dream to become reality.
- In the track “Inception,” Logic discusses the hardships he went through prior to his career, the rough patches he faced, and fun stories that come from his core.
- “Dead Presidents III”
Young Sinatra: Welcome To Forever
Released: May 7, 2013
Facts about Young Sinatra: Welcome To Forever
- The track “Man of the Year” is produced by Kanye West’s mentor, No I.D.
- In 2013, Logic earned on spot on XXL’s Freshman Hip Hop Artist list. Additionally, in April of the same year, he was signed to Def Jam records.
- “Welcome to Forever”
- “Roll Call”
- “Walk on By”
- “Man of the Year”
Released: July 1, 2016
Facts about Bobby Tarantino
- “Flexicution” is basically a list of Logic’s bragging rights, with some gratitude to the fans that made it possible, as well.
- In the track “44 Bars,” Logic brings up the pressure he still feels despite achieving mainstream success, and how he presses on for his fanbase.
- “Super Mario World” covers Logic’s passion for video games, since the rapper grew up playing the Call of Duty series, The Last of Us, Borderlands, and Uncharted, and many others.
- “Super Mario World”
- “44 Bars”
Bobby Tarantino II
Released: March 9, 2018
Facts about Bobby Tarantino II
- Logic uses “Contra” to point out how many listeners only appreciate his commercial hits.
- “Everyday” is about Logic’s dedication to his dream of bigtime success, and how it endures despite the fact he’s already accomplished it: he wants to stay on top, and continue making better and better music.
- “Midnight” is a two-part track. Part I is about Logic’s life and how it differs from those of most hip hop artists, while Part II celebrates his success in achieving the dream he had since he was 13, when he first learned about the Wu-Tang Clan.
- “Warm It Up”
Released: October 21, 2014
Facts about Under Pressure
- The track “Gang Related” is about the struggles of youth, and the fear and miserable upbringing that adolescents within poor communities frequently face. Often, they feel they have little recourse but to join gangs.
- In “Soul Food,” Logic discusses his acceptance into the rap game. While he’s happy to grab his rise of fame and keep going even higher, he also realizes he’s close to reaching top-tier success. Eventually, the only direction left is down.
- Logic discusses his cigarette addiction, and the difficulty in finally quitting, in “Nikki.”
- “Gang Related”
- “Under Pressure”
The Incredible True Story
Released: November 13, 2015
Facts about The Incredible Story
- In the track “Like Woah,” Logic discusses how great his life is going so far in the music business.
- “Fade Away” is about accepting one’s own death, whenever that time comes, and ensuring you leave your mark on this world while you still can.
- Logic explains he isn’t boastful, but simply “the greatest” at being his truest self, in “I Am the Greatest.”
- “Young Jesus”
- “Fade Away”
- “City of Stars”
Released: May 5, 2017
Facts about Everybody
- “Everybody” encourages racial equality via self-love and respect for others.
- In “BlackSpiderman,” Logic discusses how everyone should be proud of themselves, remember where they come from, and to respect each other, even when you disagree.
- “1-800-273-8255” is, in fact, the official suicide hotline number, and its lyrics discuss suicide prevention. Additionally, Logic discusses how ending one’s life is never the answer to any problem, no matter how big, embarrassing, or impossible it seems.
- “Killing Spree”
Released: September 28, 2018
Facts about YSIV
- In the track “The Return,” Logic discusses his rise to fame, and his many emotions as a result. What’s more, Logic calls out his haters—and Donald Trump—for their lack of faith.
- “Wu Tang Forever” was a very special collaboration for Logic, since Wu Tang Clan’s appearance on the Kill Bill Volume 1 soundtrack was of enormous influence for him.
- “ICONIC” is another special first-time collaboration, between Logic and Jaden Smith. Additionally, the title of this track is a reference to Jaden’s gold-certified single, “ICON.”
- “100 Mile and Running”
- “One Day”
Released: March 26, 2019
Facts about SuperMarket
- In the track “Bohemian Trapsody,” Logic discusses past personal relationships. He also covers his experiences smoking weed, as well as his opinion on its legalization.
- “Pretty Young Girl” covers Logic’s loyalties to friends and family, who have also been there for him and respected his focus on his music career.
- “Pretty Young Girl”
- “Bohemian Trapsody”
Confessions of a Dangerous Mind
Released: May 10, 2019
Facts about Confessions of a Dangerous Mind
- In “Homicide,” Logic expresses his flow of rap and lyrical meanings, compared to the new trend of mumble rappers that don’t deserve their hype, such as Lil Pump, Lil Xan, and Desiigner.
- In the track “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind,” Logic expresses his pent-up insecurities due to living such a public life.
- “Icy” pokes fun at materialistic rappers who use cars, women, and jewelry in order to flex their wealth.
- “Keanu Reeves”
- “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind”
Released: July 24, 2020
Facts about No Pressure
- “Soul Food II” examines how much Logic as changed as a person, and how his rap has evolved since the start of his mainstream career.
- Logic uses “GP4” to explain his humble beginnings coming from a low-income family, fraught with unresolved mental health and drug addiction issues.
- “DadBod” covers his evolved mindset in his musical career: how, now that he’s achieved success, he can look forward to the future with his wife and son, as well as his new streaming career which will keep him touch with fans, kill time, and earn some income once he leaves the rap game.
- “No Pressure”
Logic retired from the music industry to focus on fatherhood, but given his appreciation for so many artists and genres of music, it’s hard to imagine he’ll stay out of the game forever.
Fans hoping for new albums in the future might just get their wish, after all. While Logic himself has made no mention of returning, he definitely wouldn’t be the first musician to hop in and out of retirement.