Logic Closes out Summer Tour at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre on a Good Note

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Logic Closes out Summer Tour at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre on a Good Note


Johnson, Kevin C., St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)


Logic's "Bobby Tarantino vs. Everybody Tour" came to a close Friday night at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre, and the Maryland rapper made it clear the energy level needed to be turned all the way up for the special night.

But apparently the 13,000 fans in attendance weren't on the same page.

During his song "Midnight," with about two-thirds of the show underway, he stopped mid-song complaining that the crowd wasn't hyped enough. He walked off to scattered boos.

DJ Rhetorik then told fans they needed to give everything they had before Logic would return, which of course he did.

Was it merely a final-night stunt? Probably so, and not even a great one. Why do something knowing it'll draw boos? But it got the desired effect.

The show opened with an animated bit, "Grandpa's Space Ship" from the new mixtape "Bobby Tarantino II," featuring characters Rick and Morty from Adult Swim humorously debating the mixtape Logic vs. the album Logic (they settled on Tarantino, the mixtape Logic).

Logic emerged on an uncluttered open stage with a projection screen spanning the width of the stage, backed by DJ Rhetorik. "For those who don't know, we saved the best for last," Logic said after "44 More" at the top of the show.

He stressed his shows are about peace, love and positivity.

"Look to the person to the right of you. Look to the person to the left. Whether you know them or not, they're family," he added before launching into "Overnight," "Contra" and "Killing Spree," on which he jokingly told fans to "sing along if you know it, especially children."

Logic, who skews away from the regular rap circles with leanings more towards his pop fan base, has truly grown into his own after performing at the Pageant in 2016 and opening for G-Eazy the same year at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre. …

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