Quick Details of Logic Hit Song “44 More,” Lyrics

American rapper, Logic recorded the song “44 More,” released on February 23, 2018. Through his mixtapes, ‘Young, Broke & Infamous’ and the ‘Young Sinatra’ trilogy, he rose to prominence.


On January 22, 1990, Logic was born as Sir Robert Bryson Hall II in Gaithersburg, Maryland. He got involved in a romantic relationship at the age of 16, but sadly, they broke up five years later, making him more focused on his musical career. Eventually, after dating for over two years in October 2015, he tied the knot with singer Jessica Andrea.


His major works include ‘The Incredible True Story,’ ranked number 1 on the ‘Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums’ chart and debuted at number 3 on the ‘Billboard’ 200: debut studio album, ‘Under Pressure,’ peaked at number 4 on the ‘Billboard’ 200, selling over 500,000 copies in the US.


44 more Lyrics

44 more Lyrics

Artist’s Biography

Gender: Male

Birth Name: Sir Robert Bryson Hall II

Date of Birth: January 22, 1990

Place of Birth: Gaithersburg, Maryland, US

Age: 32 years (as of 2022)

Nationality: American

Occupation: Rapper

Instagram: @logic


Composition of the song

Logic recorded the song in the summer of 2017 while on tour. The song features references to singers Harry Styles and Katy Perry.

According to Ryan Reed, “44 More” features exactly 44 bars as well as an 808 beat laced with “skittering” hi-hats and synths. Actually, the song samples “Zoom” from Future’s album (2017).


Quick Details of the song

  • Song – “44 More”
  • Artist: Logic
  • Released: 2018
  • Label: Visionary, Def Jam
  • Length-3:08
  • Album: Bobby Tarantino II
  • Produced by: 6ix Illmind (co.)
  • Written By: Logic, Arjun Ivatury, Eduardo Earle, Joshua Luellen, Ramon Ibanga, Jr.



Bianca Gracie praised the song “shows the mainstream side a different side of the rapper” and thinks it “will earn respect from lovers of rap music.”

Aron A. felt the song, calling it a “proof of [Logic’s] abilities as an emcee,” writing: “Logic showcases his slick wordplay and versatile flows throughout.”

Tony Centeno commented Logic for “producing a brand new vast verse full of rapid-fire wordplay.”