The Maryland emcee recently let us into his thoughts, detailing his standpoint on activists and worldwide issues. Needless to say, the “Set The Tone” artist keeps it 1000 with his music, so it’s no surprise that he’s being straight with us about this.
It is safe to say that the “Numbers” lyricist will not be trading rap to play the role of an activist anytime soon, however he noticeably feels some type of way about certain situations:
“I’m not an activist, I have these things that I wanna say, but I didn’t sign up to that. I signed up to make great music, I didn’t set myself up to possibly be assassinated. I feel like if I go in that direction, I will give up rap. I will go all the way. I’m gonna drop everything and dedicate my entire life, that’s the type of person I am.”
Reflecting on social media, Logic avoids jumping on the Twitter wave, reaching people through his music as appose to ranting on internet platforms:
“Some shit happens and then two minutes later it’s trending, which I think is also cool though at the same time because it does bring awareness to the world. But then I think; Okay, the world is aware but then the world doesn’t do anything about it.”
Logic holds his position by aiming to promote positive messages to the world:
“I think my job is to discuss certain things that I believe in on my music and then have that bleed over in to this.”
You can read the interview in its entirety here.
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