Logic at the Quebec City Summer Festival

Logic at the Quebec City Summer Festival

Logic Quebec City Summer Festival

The rapper Logic will move a monster crowd to the Quebec City Summer Festival for the Hip Hop evening on July 12, 2019!

The rapper Logic will move a monster crowd to the Quebec City Summer Festival for the Hip Hop evening on July 12, 2019!

 

For those who do not know him, Logic, also known as Robert Bryson Hall II is an American rapper, singer, songwriter and producer who made his rise in the world of music in 2012. However, he is known only since 2014 on the international Hip Hop scene.

 

His biggest hit is undoubtedly the platinum-certified song 1-800-273-8255, which has more than 328 million views on youtube only, coming from his album Everybody released in 2017. Interestingly, this song was written in partnering with the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline to help their cause. The songs Bobby Trantino II and YSIV, from the same album, also made the charts in early 2018.

 

In 2018, Logic performed at the VMAs and released several big hits such as 44 More, Everyone and Everyday in partnership with Marshmello, the most popular DJ in the world right now. In early 2019, Logic released a new album called Supermarket featuring the song Confessions of a Dangerous Mind. We hope that these hits will be sing live on July 12, 2019 at the Quebec City Summer Festival !!

 

Logic is a very committed artist in the Hip Hop community and addresses a number of societal issues, such as racism, and has raw and honest lyrics. Logic is definitively worth the detour on July 12, 2019 at the FEQ, you will not be disappointed or certainly have a great discovery.

 

Here are some lyrics that support our love for this incredible Hip Hop artist!

Among others, in 1-800-273-8255, Logic rap: “I never had a place to call my own / I never had a home / Is not nobody callin ‘my phone / Where you been? Where you at? What’s your mind? ” Drawing parallels with his own difficult childhood in poverty as well as the damaging impact of isolation in society.

 

He then continues with a message of hope: “I know where you are, where are you, where do you go?/ I know you’re the reason I believe in life / What’s the day with a little night? / just tryna shed a little light / It can be so hard / You’ve got everything to give right now “

 

This message of hope, cruelly honest ends with: “Bread do not hurt the same, I know / The lane I travel feels alone / But I’m moving ’til my legs give out / And I see my tears melt in the snow / But I do not wanna cry / I do not wanna cry anymore / I wanna feel alive “ Bringning hope and support to those who need it and lift the taboo on suicide and loneliness.

Another of his songs, Black Spiderman, is a masterpiece against racism in my opinion, just like many other of his pieces, bringing comments such as: “I’m not here to pick and choose to sing the blues / I’m just here to spread the clues / Everybody know I do not listen / I’m not ashamed to be white / I’m not ashamed to be Black / I am not ashamed of my beautiful Mexican wife as a matter of fact.”

 

He then continues with even more raw lyrics, such as: “I just wanna be free / Not a slave to the stereotype / All alone in my room in the middle of the night / I do not have the words but my stereo might / I do not wanna be black, I do not wanna be white, I just wanna be a man today / I do not wanna be a Christian, Muslim, gay, straight, or bi, see you later, bye / Not perceived by the things I believe in the color of my skin / Or the fact I’m attracted to her, I like her / Or the fact I’m a single mother living all alone / Looking for a man and a home to call my own ”

Do not miss Logic's passage at the Quebec City Summer Festival on July 12, 2019, we'll be there for sure!

FEQ 2019