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Coming on smooth, and sometimes even singing with a voice like Drake, rapper Logic launched his career through mixtapes and uploads, with his views and downloads counting into the millions before he signed a record deal. Born and raised in Gaithersburg, Maryland, Logic dropped his first mixtape, Young, Broke, and Infamous, in 2010. His breakthrough came when Young Sinatra dropped in 2011, then the Young Sinatra: Undeniable mixtape arrived in 2012, and with so many downloads and so much press increasing his fame, Logic headed to Europe for a solo tour with no label support. A success, the tour was followed by a world tour in 2013 along with the release of the mixtape Young Sinatra: Welcome to Forever. In 2014, he finally made his official debut with the Def Jam release Under Pressure. The album featured no guest artists and was executive produced by No I.D. His 2015 follow-up, The Incredible True Story, was an ambitious concept album that was based 100 years in the future. The album topped the U.S. R&B/Hip-Hop chart and peaked at number three on the Billboard 200. In 2016, he went on tour with G-Eazy, YG, and Yo Gotti on the Endless Summer Tour, which would coincide with the release of his seventh effort in as many years. Bobby Tarantino, Logic's fifth mixtape overall, arrived unexpectedly in July on Def Jam/Visionary Music Group. Even without prior notice, it debuted at number 16. Featuring "Flexicution," his first Billboard Hot 100 solo single, the mixtape also featured spots by Pusha T ("Wrist"), Juicy J ("Super Mario World"), and vocals from Jessica Andren, John Lindahl, and George DeNoto. ~ David Jeffries & Neil Z. Yeung

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