After retiring from music, Logic signed a seven-figure deal with Twitch

There is a new call to the duty of reasoning

The 30-year-old rapper has signed a seven-image deal with Twitch, a video game streaming platform, in his retirement from music.

“The Argument will air weekly on its Twitch channel with a mix of in-studio sessions, special guest, AMA style formats and gaming.”

According to The Verge, the real name of the argument is Sir Robert Bryson Hall II, who signed a seven-figure agreement with Twitch, although he did not disclose the exact amount.

“I’m not this rapper’s guy, man. I’m soft. I like video games,” he told The Verge. “I’ve been blessed enough to have millions of fans and followers. So it’s a great partnership. I’ll bring new eyes to their service, they’ll bring new money to my bank account, and – I’m just kidding. “

Last week, Logic announced that he would retire from music for his wife and baby.

“I want you to meet LB, whom we call Little Bobby. And my beautiful wife Britney [Noell] She is an incredible mother. These two have made me the happiest person in the world and this is a happiness that nothing else has been able to fulfill, ”he said at the time. “I know retirement news can be murky when it comes to understanding the motives behind it. Concerned but not dear listeners. I’ll still be here for you. “

She first revealed that she is expecting a child in August 2019.

His final album, “No Stress” will be released this Friday.


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