by Yohance Kyles (@HUEYmixwitRILEY)
(AllHipHop News) Logic’s latest album, Everybody, is on pace to give the Maryland native the highest first-week sales of his career.
That achievement certainly provides a moment for the “Black Spiderman” rapper to celebrate.
However, Logic admitted he has not always been cheerful due to a feeling of worry and uncertainty.
“I was in the worst place, the most unhappy place in my life last year,” Logic told Zane Lowe. “Because of my anxiety. I was going through the craziest anxiety.”
He continued, “Bro, you don’t understand. I made millions of dollars last year, and I was so unhappy. And that just goes to show that money does not make you happy. Success doesn’t make you happy.”
Logic’s 40-minute interview with Lowe included the 27-year-old talking about being happy about the response to Everybody, Black Lives Matter, working with J. Cole, and the upcoming Ultra 85 album.
Listen to “Zane Lowe and Logic” posted by Zane Lowe on Apple Music.
Logic talks to Zane Lowe about his new album 'Everybody', retiring from rap and doesn't talk about working with J. Cole