Last summer, made noble use his musical platform when he released his and -assisted single, a deeply human suicide-prevention anthem that resonated with fans everywhere. The rapper brought that message to the music industry's biggest stage when he performed the track at the on Sunday night (Jan. 28).
Performing in front a packed Madison Square Garden, the 28-year-old rapper belted out the lyrics to his acclaimed track just after the Memoriam portion the star-studded awards show. A few moments later, Cara popped up on neighboring stage platform, before Khalid showed up to close out the performance.
Toward the very end the performance, Logic had a group people wearing shirts with the words "You are not alone" written on the front them stand behind he and his co-performers as he prepared to launch into a heartfelt speech about fighting injustice and caring about others.
"Black is beautiful, hate is ugly," Logic began. "Women are as precious as they are stronger than any man that I have ever met. And unto them, I say stand tall and crush all predators under the weight your heart that is full the love that they will never take away from you. Be not scared to use your voice, especially in instances like these when you have the opportunity.
He continued, "Stand and fight for those who are not weak, but have yet to discover the strength that the evil this world has done its best to conceal. To all the beautiful countries, filled with culture, diversity and thousands years history...And lastly, on the behalf those who fight for equality in a world that is not equal, not just and not ready for the change we are here to bring, I say unto you, bring us your tired, your poor, and any immigrant who seeks refuge, for together, we can build not just a better country, but a world that is destined to be united."
Watch Logic's touching performance and his subsequent speech below.