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Logic, JID, & YBN Cordae | Wolstein Center

Logic, JID, & YBN Cordae at the Wolstein Center in Cleveland, OH

"Logic - the 27-year-old rapper born Sir Robert Bryson Hall II - burst onto the music scene through a series of mixtapes that led to a significant, rabid underground fan base. His tapes -Young, Broke, and Infamous; Young Sinatra; Young Sinatra: Undeniable; Young Sinatra: Welcome to Forever – garnered millions of downloads and streams, jumpstarting a worldwide tour all before signing a record deal with Def Jam Recordings in 2014." - Def Jam, 2019

"Born and raised in East Atlanta, J.I.D -- a name adopted and adapted from what his grandmother called him as a jittery child -- first appeared on the Atlanta hip-hop scene with his debut EP, Dicaprio, in 2015. Growing up, J.I.D's first connection with music was through his parents' collection of classic funk and soul LPs. After a stint at Hampton University playing football, J.I.D also hooked up with fellow MCs as part of the Spillage Village collective. By 2012, he had dropped out of college to focus on music, and in 2014 he headed out on what would be a productive tour with EARTHGANG, Bas, and Ab-Soul. Touring allowed J.I.D to craft his skills, and a year later he recorded and dropped the Dicaprio EP, which saw him team up with a host of producers, as well as EARTHGANG. While keen to distance himself from the generic abrasive trap sound that had dominated the Atlanta scene, J.I.D wanted to deliver something that was more than just about a beat, and instead focused his time and effort on lyrics as well. In 2016, J.I.D, alongside the rest of the Spillage Village crew, released the album Bears Like This Too Much, which saw the rapper honing his unique delivery and inspired lyrics. In 2017, he announced that he had signed to J. Cole's label (a connection made with the rapper via J.I.D's part in the 2014 tour with Bas and J. Cole's friend and producer Cedric Brown), which released the single Never and full-length The Never Story at the beginning of the year" - Rich Wilson, 2019

"YBN Cordae is an American Rapper from Maryland. He is part of the YBN Collective alongside YBN Nahmir and YBN Almighty Jay . Cordae is considered to be the lyrical forcefield of the YBN crew. He is known for his songs "Old Niggas" and "My Name is". “Old Niggas" is a remix of J. Cole 's song 1985 where he criticizes how people who enjoy rap from previous generations who talk down to the newer rappers, most notably SoundCloud Rappers. “My Name is" is a remix of Eminem 's song "My Name is". Cordae started writing music at a young age, but did not start recording until he was 15-years-old. At the time, he was really into Joey Bada$$ and Pro Era. He did not take rap seriously until 2017." - YBN Cordae, 2019

Photography by Jamal Lawson

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