Logic is slowly becoming one the most prominent artists in the world of music. His recent mixtape Bobby Tarantino II hit No.1 on the Billboard 200 chart.

He recently restructured his deal with Def Jam to match the efforts of his successes. However, in the world of hip-hop, the rapper has drawn criticism from rap purist. In an interview Hard Knock TV published Monday, Logic goes into detail about his life since giving a speech on the Grammy stage following a performance of “1-800-273-8255.” As the conversation progressed, at the 7:00-minute mark, Logic speaks on how he changed his mindset from making music for the hip-hop “culture” following the response from fans after his album, Everybody, incorporated different themes uncommon to the community.

“Hip Hop acceptance, all that, man, f**k it,” Logic said. “No matter who you are, where you are, you want to be loved and accepted. But not everybody is going to love you; not everybody is going to accept you. I don’t make music for Hip Hop; I make it for my fans. And they primarily love Hip Hop music.”

He continued, “I used to have this thing in my head where I was, like, I wanted to make music for the culture, and I was like, ‘man, what is the culture even?’ I don’t even know what that means. I’m just gonna make music for people who like my music and spread a positive message and that’s it. That’s what I do.”