Logic On The Difficulty of Being Accepted in Hip-Hop, Looking Up to J. Cole & More

blame it on Shake November 12, 2014

Following his debut TV performance, Logic sat down with DJ Skee for an in-depth interview on DASH Radio.

Clocking in at just under 30 minutes, the two speak on Under Pressure, looking up to J. Cole, being accepted in the hip hop industry, and more. (A second-by-second breakdown is available below.)

0:34 // First televised appearance.
2:25 // Quitting smoking after 10 years & his song “Nikki”
5:02 // The difference of releasing an album on a record label vs mixtape.
6:53 // Album sales and artistic value.
9:39 // What brings in the most money; living advances, publishing, touring, etc.
10:47 // When he felt he made it.
12:14 // Being accepted in the Hip hop industry.
12:50 // Signing a major deal and working with No I.D.
15:00 // Buying a beat machine on Craigslist.
16:26 // Most surreal moment.
19:02 // Looking up to J. Cole.
19:45 // Dealing with blogs and comments.
21:50 // People in the industry that doubted his success.
26:01// Favorite song on the album.
26:55 // What’s next for Logic.
27:55 // Logic on “not changing”.
28:40 // Where he sees himself in 5-10 years.

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