TDE’s Isaiah Rashad links up with Mass Appeal while out in New York in early February and sits down for an in-depth interview. Check out the rising lyricist discuss what the process was like for him to sign to TDE and how he’s currently balancing life away from his son. The rapper also gets into what he dislikes most about some interviews and much more for Mass Appeal’s “Video Print” series.
Before Isaiah Rashad releases his highly anticipated debut EP on TDE, the Chattanooga bred emcee hooks listeners up with a new mellow banger titled, “RIP Kevin Miller.” Driven by a catchy sample and piano loop courtesy of producer Black metaphor, Rashad takes the opportunity to pay homage to Master P’s younger brother, Kevin Miller, who was shot and killed in 1995. Take a listen as Isaiah drops some emotional and introspective bars. Cilvia is set to release some time this year.
Isaiah Rashad takes viewers to the streets of Chattanooga, TN in his latest music video for “Ronnie Drake” featuring SZA. The TDE rapper’s new black and white visual showcases the emcee dropping introspective rhymes over a laid-back instrumental courtesy of Antydote. Watch as TDE’s newest signees bring the real and perform to the camera surrounded by friends and family.
TDE’s new signee, Isaiah Rashad, continues to make his presence felt over on the East Coast as the rapper continues his promotional run through New York. This time the Chattanooga emcee links up with Tony Touch on Shade 45 for an interview and exclusive freestyle. Check out the young rapper in action as he goes off-the-top for an impromptu freestyle that lasts close to three minutes over Hi-Tek’s “Round and Round” instrumental.
Isaiah Rashad is currently on a promotional run to get his buzz up before the release of his debut mixtape, Cilvia, which is due to hit the net by the end of December. Stopping by Shade 45 radio to speak with Sway Calloway and Heather B, Rashad decides to partake in a little freestyle action. With DJ Wonder on the turntables, Calloway gives the Chattanoga emcee the green light to drop some rhymes over a number of instrumentals. Check out how it all went down.
TDE newcomer, Isaiah Rashad, gives Revolt TV the exclusive news that he’s preparing to release his debut project at the end of December. Speaking candidly with the camera, Rashad reveals the mixtape will be titled Cilvia. The Chattanooga native also shared his optimism for the project and explained that he hopes to take listeners on a memorable ride.
TDE’s newest signees Isaiah Rashad and SZA combine forces for a new collaborative song titled “Ronnie Drake.” Equipped with a laid back instrumental courtesy of producer Antyedote, Rashad decides to reflect on the hardships that surrounded him out on the block in Chattanooga. Songstress SZA takes the wheel on the song’s chorus and adds her smooth vocals to the mix. No telling exactly what project this will land on but for now take a listen.
TDE’s newest signee, Isaiah Rashad, links up with label mates Jay Rock and ScHoolboy Q for the official remix to the rapper’s new “I Shot You Down” single. Take a listen as the TDE artists showcase their lyrical skills over the mellow track, reflect on life’s low points and spit street inspired bars.
TDE’s newest signee, Isaiah Rashad, invaded New York for the recent FADER Fort event presented by Converse. Watch as Rashad attempts to get the energy up and enlightens the crowd to the news that his official remix to his single “I Shot You Down” will feature ScHoolboy Q and Jay Rock. The Tennessee native eventually got into “I Shot You Down” and demonstrated his introspective and savvy wordplay live for fans.
See how it all went down during the 2013 BET Hip Hop Awards as TDE kicked off their highly anticipated cypher for the viewers at home. With each member delivering their respective bars on cue, no other artist proved to be quite as lyrically impressive as current West Coast Rap king Kendrick Lamar. The Compton native demonstrated his level of skill for the cameras as he did the honors of closing out the TDE cypher and effortlessly destroyed Mobb Deep’s classic “Shook ones II” instrumental.