Luckily Logic was able to get over those feelings, but if he thought that revelation would draw any kind of empathy from the New Jersey rapper, he was sadly mistaken. After the interview aired, Buddens took to his Twitter page to comedically respond and said that Logic was "reverse bullying" him before responding to some fans clowning Logic for feeling suicidal.
The Montgomery County, Md. rapper wants to focus on family and being a Twitch streamer as he pulls the curtains on his successful rapping career.
Well, ain't gonna be no convincing Joe Buddens of anything else anytime soon. He did say he was listening to this upcoming album, No Pressure and admitted that if it was a dope project he would say so.
Logic is easily one of the most popular rappers in the industry today, coming a long way from his early days in Montgomery County, Md. However, Joe Budden has been one of Logic’s biggest detractors over the years and on the most recent episode of his podcast, the retired Hip-Hop star doubled down on his […]
Logic is probably the only white rapper in the game who doesn’t beef with other white rappers in the game (props), and that peaceful way of life along with his undeniable skills on the mic have earned the “1-800-273-8255” rapper a collaboration with the most well respected white MC in Hip-Hop history, Eminem.
Logic continues to put on for the culture. The just divorced rapper announced that he will have the all eight Wu-Tang Clan members on his upcoming LP.
Last night (August 9), Samsung introduced to the world it’s newest flagship phone the Galaxy Note9. To celebrate the momentous occasion, the tech giant spared no expense threw a block party in NYC at its Samsung 837 store location located in the Meatpacking District.
Last night (August 9th), Samsung held a celebration for the global launch of the Galaxy Note9 at Samsung 837 in New York City’s Meatpacking District. To celebrate the unveiling of the new, super powerful Galaxy Note9, Samsung threw a block party and took over Washington Street between 13th and Little 12th Street. Attendees were among the first […]