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- I love Logic so much. (sniffles)
(exhales) I'm shaking.
- This is a really
intense music video.

♪ (industrial music) ♪
- ♪ (man humming) ♪
- It's Logic!
Oh my god, yeah!

- Is this Logic?
You're gonna make me cry, no!
- Aw, fatherhood. Don Cheadle.
- Oh hey, Don.

- I cried watching this.
I just watched it
for the first time this last week,

and I was just like...
- ♪ I've been on the low ♪
♪ I've been taking my time ♪

♪ I feel like I'm out of my mind ♪
- It's a sad song.

- (singing along) ♪ I feel
like my life ain't mine ♪

(softly) ♪ Who can relate? ♪
- ♪ Woo ♪

♪ I don't wanna be alive ♪
- What?
- ♪ I don't wanna be alive ♪

- He doesn't wanna be alive?
- ♪ I don't wanna be alive ♪
- Oh, wow.

♪ I just wanna die today ♪
- Got the kid from
Modern Family in there.

- ♪ I just wanna die ♪
- What a chorus, dude.

"I just wanna die."
- Aw.
- ♪ I've been praying
for somebody to save me ♪

♪ No one's heroic ♪
♪ And my life don't even matter ♪

- Oh no.
♪ I know, I know it ♪

- The disappointment his dad had.
- Okay, I'm getting it now,

like, the lyrics
and everything. That sucks.

- ♪ I want you to be alive ♪
♪ I want you to be alive ♪

♪ You don't gotta die today ♪
- Oh.

Uh-oh, I'm getting flashbacks.
(knocking)
♪ (soft guitar music) ♪

- This part, man.
- (gasps) He's gay.
- Oh my gosh. Bless his heart.
♪ (somber music) ♪
- I like the fact though
that that dad was processing

rather than just instantly was like,
"What the F is going on?"

- ♪ It's in the lightness
in the air when you're there ♪

♪ Chest to chest with a lover ♪
- I love her.

- I love her. She's so natural,
you know? Unfiltered.

- I love Logic so much. (sniffles)
(exhales) I'm shaking.

- Ooh, so uncomfortable.
- People are starting to mess
with him. That's so messed up.

- High school kids are evil.
- ♪ I've been on the low ♪
♪ I've been taking my time ♪

♪ I feel like I'm out of my mind ♪
- I know so many people
in this situation.

- No. No, no, no,
no, no, no, no, no.

- This is deep, man!
- This is a really
intense music video.

- (pleading) No.
I hope he doesn't.
- Be strong man.
You'll get through it, bro.

Don't do it, man.
♪ (haunting choral music) ♪
- ♪ But I don't wanna cry ♪
- Oh, he didn't die.

- ♪ I wanna feel alive ♪
♪ I don't even wanna die anymore ♪

♪ I don't wanna ♪
♪ I don't wanna ♪

- That is so awesome.
- Did they grow older
and get married?

Yay! Aw, it's a happy ending.
- Okay, it still
makes me sad, though.

♪ (soft string music) ♪
I'm happy for him,
but that was tough.

- Yeah, man.
I was reading this morning

that the numbers increased
for the line by 30%,

and they're at the highest
that they've been

for the second time ever
just because of the song.

And it's extremely important.
- I relate so much to this song.
I've had depression,
and I still have it.

(exhales shakily) So every time
I hear this song, I wanna cry,

because it feels
like it talks to me.

- That's rough, man.
(softly) Oh my gosh.
(sniffles)
That was good.
I have students I've talked to
about this, battling that

and then the depression
that might come along with that.

As someone who's also
battled depression,

I can see where you
get to that point,

but I'm glad there was
a good end result.

- (FBE) That was the music video
for the song 1-800-273-8255

by rapper Logic.
- Logic, yup.

- Oh, is it the suicide hotline?
(gasps softly) Wow.
- (FBE) So what'd you think
about the video?

- I thought it was great.
Logic is a great rapper,

underground cat. I knew him
from, like, years ago.

- We need more videos like that.
To feel like you wanna kill yourself
because of your sexual orientation

is just so sad. It doesn't
have to be that way.

- It's tough when you don't have
anyone to help you or be with you

through that process,
especially in high school.

You feel that it's nobody else
going through your family problems,

your friends problems,
and it's actually everyone else.

We all go through the same things.
We all suffer from it.

Different life challenges,
but it's definitely the same thing.

- I know a lot of people
that have struggled

with wanting to commit suicide,
and it's just like...

Ugh, why am I crying?
A close family member
of mine right now

is dealing with this,
and I really want him to know

that everything's gonna be okay.
I wonder if he knows this song.
I'm literally just gonna be like,
"Please watch this video right now."

- I kind of dealt with the
same thing in terms of sexuality,

in terms of that when
I was in high school.

Especially in high school,
regardless of what

you're going through or who you are,
there's always kind of that sense

of... (clicking) how
would you say? Isolation?

I was bullied a lot
and everything was...

It was horrible.
The locker rooms were--

I didn't wanna go
in the locker rooms.

I didn't wanna do anything.
The music video has a good message.

I like it. I'm glad
that it was a happy ending.

- I've had depression for...
since I can remember.

"I wanna die." It sounds
like it's me saying that.

And the second verse,
when he's like,

"I want you to be alive,"
it's like he's talking to me,

saying "Don't. You can do this."
And then her verse is...
you know how it goes.

And then the third one, it's like,
okay, you know what?

I actually do wanna be alive.
Life is precious.

With his music, especially now,
today, I can feel down,

listen to this song,
cry out what I have,

and feel so much better.
- I've been suicidal before.
It happened once, and it was--
I started seeing a therapist

right after, because it
was just quite intense.

And it was just because
of all the things

that the song sort of says.
When I was a kid, I used
to get bullied by other kids.

They used to say that I was gay.
If I would've been gay,
then it would've affected me

a different way, but it affected me
in a way that I'm like,

man, why are they saying
these things about me

when they're not true?
I started questioning myself,

like, dude, am I...
What's wrong? Am I...

Is there something about myself
that I don't know? Am I gay?

It left me in a place of confusion.
I think what hit home
the most to me with this

is that it was family related.
You know, maybe if it wouldn't

have had nothing to do
with my family,

it would've been a different case,
but I have cousins that I love them,

and I love them, and they didn't
wanna hang out with me

when I was a kid because of that.
Being suicidal,
it's sort of like a...

It's an emotion that takes over,
and it's like a flash. (snaps)

It hits you, and you're like,
okay, where is it? Where is it?

Bam, bam, let me do it.
I still ended up

reaching out for help,
but let's say if I wouldn't
have had that connection,

then that number would've
come in handy for me.

I feel like this song
and what this song is doing,

what the video is doing,
it's reaching out to these people,

reaching out to the people
that feel they are alone.

- (FBE) So the number is actually
the official suicide
prevention hotline number.

- I thought that's what that was.
- (FBE) What do you think
about him not only tackling

this issue in the song,
but to use the platform

to have the number available
to those who need it?

- He's good. He's doing it right.
If they're going through that,
sometimes they don't wanna accept it

and they don't wanna
Google through it.

They don't wanna find the number.
They don't want to get it.

But the fact that he's
putting it just out there,

very simple, very easy,
it's a great way.

- It was such a clever idea
for him to put that,

'cause everyone's gonna
remember the name of the song,

and it's, like, everyone
goes through these emotions

of always feeling like
things aren't gonna get better,

and they always
end up getting better.

- For someone to have that platform
to just put that as the title
of the song, brilliant.

People are gonna remember it
because they love the artist.

It's still super emotional.
It still hits me even afterwards

'cause I'm just processing it
and thinking about it,

and it was very good.
- When I saw his VMA performance

and I saw all those people standing
and explaining that's what it was,

it's just like--
it hit me even more.

I think I watched his
VMA performance over 10 times.

- (FBE) Logic has kind of
an amazing story

of how he rose to prominence.
He grew up in an unstable household

where both of his parents
suffered from addictions.

He started rapping when he was 15
as kind of his outlet

and has been releasing new material
as a rapper every year since 2009.

- Okay. Good, as he should.
- He got skills, man. I mean,
the skills speak for themselves.

He's really speaking
on important subject matter.

- (FBE) So while he struggled
to get his songs played

on the radio over the years,
he completely embraces the fact

that he's an underground artist,
saying, quote, "If my objective

was to be the next
coolest mainstream rapper,

I would've been upset,
but my objective was to sell
records with real music."

So when you hear all this,
what does it make you
think about Logic?

- On paper, that sounds great.
But, you know, the more
people you reach,

the more people you can impact.
So, you know, good for him

that it's not, you know,
it's not screwed in his head

about fame and different
things like that.

- A lot of rap is about
bragging about opulence, right,

and having all these nice things
and having money.

It's not something
that regular people,

you know, like you and me,
can relate to.

I respect the fact
that he is doing something

to where you can relate to it
to a degree
and it's just personable.

If he stays with
what he's doing now,

I think that there's definitely
a whole lot of potential,

and that opens up a lot of
different doors in different ways.

- Instead of him following
the same path as his parents,

he was like, "No.
I'm gonna make music

and help so many people."
I'm sure the way that

that song impacted me so much,
I'm sure it extended
to a million people.

- We were used to having to need
a sponsor for us to create art,

but now because of the internet,
because of channels like YouTube

and different other sources,
SoundCloud, if you're an artist,

you could do it. You could
start working on it on your own.

- I think he's got his mind
in the right place.

I think he's focused
on the right things.

If he keeps those
priorities straight,

people are gonna love him,
continue to love him.

- He doesn't care about
all that, you know, fame.

He just wants people
to listen to what he has to say.

I really hope that he
still continues,

and he's gonna go up to the top,
probably one of the best rappers

we've had in this generation.
- Thanks for watching another
episode of Adults React. (clicks)

- Logically, if you wanna see more,
subscribe and hit the bell.

- What artist should we
react to next?

Let us know in the comments.
- Bye, everybody.

I'm gonna go listen
to some more Logic.

- Hey, guys.
Kyle from FBE here.

Thank you for watching
this episode of Adults React.

We hope you enjoyed it.
See you guys later.

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