The Sun’s Tirade- Isaiah Rashad


Hi again boys and girls. Unfortunately, due to my hectic schedule, you won’t be seeing me post all that often anymore but I’m still gunna try and give you the goods as much as I can.  One album I can not pass up sharing is Isaiah Rashad’s new album “The Sun’s Tirade.” Rashad is signed to TDE and is probably the most underrated on the roster, simply because he hasn’t put out all that much music.  But when he does, the music is fantastic.  His “Cilvia Demo” was one of the better projects to come out in 2014 and this new album is certainly worth the long wait it has been since then.  Rashad has a unique voice and raps over these laid back beats to create a unique style that is so easy to listen and vibe to.  I’m currently listening through for the first time and I’m loving it.  “Wat’s Wrong” featuring Kendrick is unsurprisingly a stand out track as well as “Tity and Dolla.”  Whether you’re a fan of Rashad or looking to get into a new artist or looking to throw on some music to chill to on this gorgeous day, “The Sun’s Tirade” should be you’re go to.

G Baby


Isaiah Rashad- Nelly

If you aren’t familiar with Isaiah Rashad yet, you need to get familiar.  He is part of the TDE label with Kendrick Lamar, Jay Rock, Ab-Soul, ScHoolboy Q, and SZA.  His music is drastically different from his label mates but equally as good. He released his debut project, titled “Cilvia Demo,” nearly two years ago and it is extremely good.  Since then, he has not put out much new music but the wait is finally over.

The song “Nelly” is a very soothing tune that I find very easy to relax to.  Isaiah compares his love life to Nelly’s career in the song.  Isaiah is trying to find “the one” but is struggling to do so despite gaining popularity just as Nelly has sold tens of millions of records in his career but has had few number 1 hits.  It is an exceptionally creative metaphor, which can be expected from such a talented artist.

Look forward to more from Rashad in the future as his new album is supposedly done and turned in, ready for release.  For a little more of a taste of his music, I’ve attached another one of his better songs, “Heavenly Father,” below.