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A BOOK OF LOGIC

This Bright Future, the new memoir by multi-hyphenate Def Jam artist Logic, aka Bobby Hall, has been selected by NBA superstar Stephen "Steph" Curry as the October pick for his Underrated Book Club. The club's picks can be found on the Literati app, which will be the exclusive location for conversations about the tome with its author.

The volume, an unfiltered glimpse into Hall's life and mind, traces his volatile childhood and his emergence as a hip-hop star. Hall will join fans on the Literati app to discuss his story. Interested readers can sign up here.

“I wanted to share my life in a way I could never do with my music alone," he says. "Mental health struggles and my family history filled with addiction, abuse, and neglect shaped me creatively. I found art as a way to express myself and heal. By reading my book alongside my fans on Literati, I hope to inspire others to pursue their creative dreams. I’m grateful to Stephen for welcoming me into his club and offering this platform to me.”

Underrated is a book club where we read stories about individuals who overcome their odds to achieve greatness,” goes a quote from Curry. “When I read Bobby’s memoir and learned about his tumultuous journey to get to where he is today, I knew that I had to share his story.”

The Austin-based Literati launched in 2017 and features "book club" selections from U.S. Women’s Soccer star Megan Rapinoe and gajillionaire entrepreneur Richard Branson, among others.

Rumors that the narrative has been optioned as a 14-second TikTok video could not be confirmed at presstime.

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