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Logic live at Mod Club in Toronto on June 26 [News]

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Toronto, ON – On Wednesday, June 26 Def Jam recording artist and Baltimore native, Logic will be bringing his Welcome To Forever tour to Mod Club in Toronto. Presented by Union Events this is an all ages show and will also include performances by fellow RattPack member C Dot Castro and New York rapper Skizzy Mars.

The ball really began to roll for Logic this past April when he signed to Def Jam and then was featured on XXL’s 2013 Freshman Class issue. No I.D., who’s been instrumental on many albums over the years, working with the likes of Kanye West and Common has stepped up to the plate, acting as mentor to the young emcee and has also taken the role as the executive producer for Logic’s debut album. Definitely one guy to watch!

For more information on tickets and to see the official flyer hit the jump.

News: Logic live at Mod Club in Toronto on June 26 - HipHopCanada.com

News: Logic live at Mod Club in Toronto on June 26 - HipHopCanada.com

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Advance GA tickets $17.50 + S/C available online Ticketfly.com and UnionEvents.com and in person at Rotate This, Soundscapes & Play De Record.

Check out the Facebook event page here.

Visit mindoflogic.com to see pictures from his tour.

Twitter: @Logic301 | @TheUnionEast

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