Logic Says He's Not Worried About Hip-Hop's Acceptance
About Video: In this interview Hard Knock TV, Logic goes into detail about his life since giving a speech on the Grammy stage following a performance of "1-800-273-8255”. At the 7:00-minute mark, Logic speaks on how he changed his mindset from making music for the hip-hop "culture” following the response from fans after his album, Everybody, incorporated different themes uncommon to the community. “Hip Hop acceptance, all that, man, f**k it," Logic said. "No matter who you are, where you are, you want to be loved and accepted. But not everybody is going to love you; not everybody is going to accept you. I don't make music for Hip Hop; I make it for my fans. And they primarily love Hip Hop music.”
He continued, “I used to have this thing in my head where I was, like, I wanted to make music for the culture, and I was like, 'man, what is the culture even?' I don't even know what that means. I'm just gonna make music for people who like my music and spread a positive message and that's it. That's what I do."