git logcommand by itself is good enough to the commit hash and see the commit message, sometimes it helps to see which files were modfied as part of a commit. You can get that by running
git log --stat
You can also trim this result to the latest ‘n’ commits using the usual flag as shown in the example
git log --stat -<n>
Just replace ‘n’ wth a number of your choice.
If you want to see it for only a single commit, pass in the commit SHA
git log --stat commitSHA