TN-born and Los Angeles-based artist Isaiah Rashad unleash new emotional single “Headshots (4r Da Locals)” on Top Dawg Entertainment
The track “Headshots (4r Da Locals)” is the latest single from Rashad’s long-awaited second album, The House Is Burning.
The track spills out reflective lines like “It feel good since a ni**a been back but a ni**a done changed”. “Change, change, changed/Weed couldn’t settle my fire/Couldn’t cover my pain, pain, pain, pain, pain.” Zay comes to a grim realization about the things money can’t buy and the fallen brothers that no amount of drink can resurrect. “Crib bigger than Budapest,” he raps. “And the shots ain’t bringing my soldiers back.”
Earlier, Isaiah Rashad announced his return with “Lay Wit Ya,” a pulsating bop powered by claustrophobic bass, haunting keys, and a high-octane verse from his fellow Tennessee star, Duke Deuce.
With plenty of thoughts to unfurl, flows to unload, and stories to tell, Isaiah Rashad is on a path to triumph as anticipation continues to build to a fever pitch around his return.