Words by Megan Ambers


Logic is looking to add “Author” to his resume, as he is reportedly working on a new novel. In a recent tweet, the rapper, born Sir Robert Bryson Hall II, but goes under the pseudonym, Bobby Tarantino announced his latest endeavor.

“I’m writing a novel,” said the rapper, “Been working on it for a while I’m excited to share it with you when it’s done!” He continues to explain that the novel is a fiction story that he came up with some years ago. Although, Logic has not released any other details on what the book will be about, nor when to expect the novel, he is hoping that his fans will pick up a copy upon release.

It was a couple of weeks ago, when the rapper unloaded a series of tweets explaining a minor health scare when he almost passed out during one of his shows. “Tonight mid way thru my set I broke down,” the 1-800 rapper started. “I walked off stage and felt like I was gonna pass out because I work so hard…I contemplated ending the show. But I didn’t. I walked back out there and told the crowd exactly how I felt. And I persisted.”

Logic recently recruited Colombian singer Juanes for a spanish language remix of his anti-suicide hit “1-800 273-8255” featuring Alessia Cara. “I think these days when everything’s about dancing and having a good time, it’s fresh to find a hit song like this one that’s talking about serious issues,” the singer told Billboard. Logic delivered a tear-jerking performance of the song during the 2017 MTV VMAs, along with 50 suicide survivors wearing “You are not alone” shirts.

Will Y’all be checking out for his new novel?