Logic Shares He Was Depressed During The Peak Of His Career. Logic shares and says he was at his lowest point’in of his life when he was at his ‘most famous’. The rapper had been going through a tough time emotionally when he was at the peak of his career.
Logic shared on an interview with Big Boy’s Neighborhood that he was depressed and at his lowest when he was at a point in his career when he was most famous. He said even though at that moment the experience was unpleasant he would still relive that and experience it all over again because that moment helped shape him into the man he is today.
Logic has just dropped his final project titled “No Pressure“, the rapper has been openly emotional while he has been making the rounds promoting his album . The making of his last album has also been an emotional experience for him. He has now shared about his struggles with fame and other experienced during his rap career.
The ‘Homicide’rapper had dropped a song titled ‘1-800-273-8255’ which had been about suicide prevention. The song also became the song that drove Logic into stardom. He shared that once he reached stardom it was not such a bright and beautiful experience.
Logic said “The thing is before ‘1-800’popped off on the “Everybody”album I was just a known rapper, but I went from that to a pop ‘known’ rapper. When you do that, I’m like, Oh okay now I get it Selena [Gomez], now I get it Justin [Bieber], Okay I get it Taylor [Swift], Like, I get it, dog. Y’all get ripped apart”. He had been sharing on how these big time pop starts get ripped apart by the public.
The rapper added “My lowest point, my deepest, darkest, depressed state that I’ve ever been in was my most famous, my most wealth, my most known”. Currently since the rapper has been dissed by American broadcaster Joe Budden in multiple occasions. He has now came out and said the broadcasters words have the potential to push one into committing suicide. This may also shine light upon how he has been made depressed by commentary made about him.