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MTV Video Music Awards, Show, Los Angeles, USA – 27 Aug 2017

When I grow up, I want to be like Logic. In three years, Logic has performed at the Grammys, married, had a child, received a $30 million record deal from Def Jam and now he’s going on a thirty-three city tour which includes a headlining spot at Madison Square Garden. In short, Logic has come a long way. The Maryland rapper took to Twitter this morning to announce that this summer he will be embarking on the thirty-three city, “Bobby Tarantino vs. Everybody” tour. The tour will begin in June in Boston and hit Philadelphia, Atlanta, and Toronto before ending in St. Louis on August 3rd. Joining Logic on this exciting tour is KYLE and rising star, NF.  While this tour will likely hit every major city on the map, there is one area that has been left out of the major tour.

Most notably, there are no dates in the Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia area on the Maryland native’s tour. The rapper who boasts about being from the 301 or Rockville, Maryland area is not set to stop in his home state this summer and fans are annoyed to say the least.

The announcement of the tour comes on the heels of Logic’s Bobby Tarantino II project that was released over the weekend. The project, which features 2 Chainz, Big Sean and Wiz Khalifa, is reportedly on its way to hitting number one on the Billboard 200 charts this week, while his single “44 More” continues to climb the charts to the number twenty-two spot on the Billboard Hot 100 Charts.


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