Concert Review: Bobby Tarantino Vs. Everybody

           Logic’s career took off after the release of the album Everybody featuring his first radio hit “1-800-273-8255” featuring Alessia Cara and Khalid. His latest album and partial title of his tour  Bobby Tarantino II was released in March. Logic set out on his ‘Bobby Tarantino Vs. Everybody’ tour alongside artists Kyle and NF. Hundreds gathered at Austin360 Amphitheater on July 27th for a chance to see the Maryland born rapper.  Kyle got the energy flowing as he ran and jumped across the stage performing hits “iSpy,” “Ikuyo,” and “Playinwitme.” After a brief intermission a large sheeted object was brought onto the stage. Like a magic trick, the sheet was pulled off to reveal a jail cell with artist Nate Feuerstein better known as NF sitting inside with his head shielded by a hoodie. He exited the cell performing “Outcast” with a Joker styled smile painted on his face. The artists rapping style was reminiscent of hip-hop legend Eminem as he went on to perform his radio hit “Let You Down,” as well as “Lie,” “Green Lights,” “10 Feet Down,” and “My Life.” The sun went down and chants of “Logic, Logic, Logic, Logic” filled the amphitheater as the stage began to fill with a mirage of smoke and lights. Chants turned into shrieks of joy as Logic emerged performing “Grandpa’s Spaceship.” In a black t-shirt that read, “Stop The Hate”, the Maryland born rapper continued on to perform “Overnight,” “Super Mario World,” “44 More,” “Take It Back,” and “Gang Related.” His set included covers of Queen’s “We Are the Champions” and “We Will Rock You.” He even took a brief break later in the show to play Nintendo with one lucky fan. The crowd began to leave as Logic closed his set with “1-800-273-8255” and “Everyday.”