Loose Logic’s BEFORE THE STORM is finally here!
Loose Logic recently won the “Best Urban (Rap) Artist Of The Year” Award at the 2007 Orange County Music Awards, that took place in March at The Grove in Anaheim.
The underground AND ‘above-ground’ buzz continues to grow on ‘LOGIC, who has recently warmed up national recording acts DJ Quick, KRS-1, Strong Arm Steady, and Evidence, to name a few. “He flows with the grit of Tupac and the wit and playful lyricism of Eminem,” writes SQUEEZE OC. “The beats are deep…from the up-and-coming MC and producer.” “An outstanding recording of rap poetry with some exceptional vocal offerings…quickly becoming a MUEN favorite!” writes MUEN MAGAZINE publisher, Greg Cataline. “Is Loose Logic going to be the next great White Hope of Hip-Hop? Could be,” says Brian Lush, Producer of the ROCKWIRED radio program and who featured the rapper on his popular program in March. “It’s a safe bet that Loose Logic is going to be around for a while…”
Logic was recently featured in the ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER “Orange Pop” column and is currently viewable on the OCTV (Orange County Television) website as well as that of NEW ARTIST SHOWCASE (www.newartistshowcase.com). A Feature story appeared on ‘Logic in the February issue of WHATS UP entertainment magazine. Additionally, the rapper recently performed live on the Philip K. Dick Show on KUCI 88.9 FM, hosted by Gabe Buday.
The Southern California native – who was selected for a new TV Pilot called “AMERICA’S BEST NEW RAPPER” -- began his Hip-Hop career at age 16, doing shows in schools and churches. Exhibiting a skillful ability to write his own music and play both keyboards and guitar, he quickly ascended the L.A./Orange County Hip-Hop scene, performing at renowned clubs such as B.B. King’s/Universal City Walk, where he was part of the “Super Summer” Concert sponsored by radio station KIIS-FM; as well as the House of Blues in Anaheim. ‘Logic has also appeared on MusicPlus TV and the cable TV show, THE RHYTHM WITH ALAN TURNER WARD, and was nominated in the “Best Hip-Hop Artist of the Year” category by the Orange County Music Awards for 2006.