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Logic is the First Rapper With a ‘New York Times’ No. 1 Best-Selling Novel

Logic is the First Rapper With a ‘New York Times’ No. 1 Best-Selling Novel

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With a new album on the way, ‘Confessions of a Dangerous Mind,’ and a No. 1 best-selling author, Logic is certainly doing BIG things!

 

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#Logic is now THE FIRST RAPPER with a #NewYorkTimes No. 1 best-selling novel. (📸: @billboard)

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Logic doesn’t know how to take a break.

Following his album release in 2018, he wrote a New York Times No. 1 best-selling novel. Logic’s novel is titled, Supermarket. Along with the novel, he released a sound-track, unfortunately it did not create a great commercial reaction.

It’s all good, because his novel was a hit! He also announced he has a new album on the way, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind.

Logic is always so humble, he expressed his appreciation for his fans on Instagram. His novel Supermarket, surpassed the three-week holder of the top spot, The Woman in the Window.

Logic has previewed his new album with the dramatic, blood-soaked video for the title track.

He addresses comparisons to current Hip-Hop legends, J.cole, Kendrick Lamar, and Drake. He raps, “I ain’t good enough, I should quit, I should kill myself.”