Rapper raises recognition for victims


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Twenty seven year old American rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer, Sir Robert Bryson Hall ll more commonly known as Logic not only is using his platform to release music he is also using it to speak about things that don’t get heard about very often.
The Maryland rapper, recently released a song in April that was named after the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline number, “1-800-273-8255.” This song is featured on Logics third studio album “Everybody” and debuted No.1 on the Billboard’s hot 200.The suicide prevention lifeline reported that they saw a 50 percent increase in calls made to the line and they had the second highest call volume in the history of their service.  Junior Carson Lewis stated “I thought his song was extremely realistic he didn’t sugar coat anything, it depicted depression and difficult times he went through and compiled that into a positive message which was really unique and artistic  to be able to take bad experiences and help other people prevent committing suicide and inspiring people through her bad experiences.”
Logic performed on the 2017 MTV video music awards with Khalid and Alessia Cara on August 27, 2017. His set included big artwork for “1-800-273-8255.” Fifty attempted suicide survivors were brought onto the stage wearing shirts that read you are not alone. After this emotional performance the rapper shared a speech telling everyone in the audience to fight for their equality.
Students of North Harford are positively impacted by Logics words, Junior Chris Robinson thinks “it’s pretty inspiring that he is talking about the things that other people don’t talk about or ones that need help.”
Adding on Senior Caitlyn Radel says,  “Suicide prevention is really important and the song really does kinda help with that, i think because it really shows emotion…it really does bring awareness.  It tells everyone that this is a problem and we need to solve it.”


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Rapper raises recognition for victims