Logic is now a father of two after welcoming his second child with wife Brittney Noell.
The happy couple announced the birth of their son Leo on Tuesday (July 18), with Noell posting a picture of the newborn baby on Instagram.
Her post was accompanied by a second photo of her and Logic’s firstborn son, Bobby, whose own arrival was announced almost exactly three years ago.
“Our beautiful Leo was born and we couldn’t be happier,” Noell wrote in the caption. “We are all (especially Bobby) so in love.”
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Logic first announced the pending birth of his new son in January, sharing a video from their ultrasound on social media.
“Happy New Baby!” Logic wrote in the caption of the post.
Cookin’ Soul, Lena Waithe, Project Pat and Rob Markman were but a few of Logic’s esteemed contemporaries who congratulated the rapper in the comments section.
As for his oldest son, the Under Pressure lyricist seems to already be teaching him how to produce some hits. Last October, Logic posted a video of him handing off a drum kit to Bobby and instructing him how to use it.
“Just press these here,” he said to his son, who could be seen toying around with the different buttons. “Just the colors baby.”
“Teaching my boy to make beats,” Logic wrote in the caption.
Three 6 Mafia’s Juicy J was seemingly impressed with what he saw, hopping in the comments section to inquire about purchasing a beat from Logic’s son. “Mane that’s dope tell lil Bobby I need a beat for my new album,” he wrote.
Logic recently wrapped up his College Park Tour with Juicy J, which kicked off in Madison, Wisconsin back in May.
The pair hit 22 cities across North America together — including Chicago, New York, Philadelphia, Houston, Atlanta, San Francisco and Los Angeles — before closing things out in Phoenix, Arizona on June 30.
The summer trek came in support of Logic’s latest album College Park, which dropped in February complete with appearances from Joey Bada$$, Redman, Bun B, Norah Jones and Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane, among others.
The project marked Logic’s first independent album after he severed ties with Def Jam in 2022. His final release on the label was Vinyl Days, which he revealed was recorded in just 12 days to accelerate his departure.