G.O.O.D. Music rookie Benny Cassette TDE’s youngest in charge, Isaiah Rashad, from the upcoming fall EP, Apocalypse.
Produced by The Antydote
From Cilvia Demo, available now. Directed by Eric Swiz of Scheme Engine.
XXL: “Ever since we unveiled the cover of the XXL 2014 Freshmen issue last month, we’ve been rolling out a ton of freestyles, behind the scenes photos, interviews, videos, and plenty more with our class of 12 guys. But now that we’ve got a slew of stories and links for you to check out, it’s [cont.]
From XXL: “Isaiah Rashad is one of the 12 Freshmen on XXL’s 2014 Freshmen list revealed last Mon., May 5, on BET’s 106 & Park. All last week we’ve been providing you with a behind-the-scenes look at the selection process, the photo shoot, and the work it takes to pull it all together. But this [cont.]
XXL Magazine has released their official 2014 Freshmen cover. The list of artists included are as follows: Chance the Rapper, Isaiah Rashad, Ty Dolla $ign, Rich Homie Quan, Vic Mensa, August Alsina, Troy Ave, Kevin Gates, Lil Bibby, Jon Connor, Lil Durk, and fan pick, Jarren Benton. That actually makes 12, rather than the usual [cont.]
TDE’s newest members collaborate on this cut from SZA’s debut, Z, in-stores now. Directed by SZA and APlus Films.
Vibe Music Editor Mikey Fresh takes Isaiah Rashad through the Big Apple.
Nardwuar speaks with TDE’s Isaiah Rashad, while in Austin, TX for SXSW.
Directed by Eric Swiz of Scheme Engine. From Cilvia Demo, which rated well over here.
No, we don’t have inside information, and no, these aren’t OUR picks, we just think we have a pretty good ear for what’s happening in the industry. So place your bets, here are our predictions for XXL’s Freshman Class issue for 2014. 1. Jon Connor – This Flint, MI emcee has been slaying tracks on [cont.]
On this episode of Mass Appeal’s Video Print, it’s TDE newcomer Isaiah Rashad. During his first extended stay in NYC, they caught up with the man behind the recently released Cilvia Demo and one of 2013′s best cuts “I Shot You Down”.
In this episode of DECODED T.D.E.’s Isaiah Rashad breaks down the meaning behind “Tranquility,” from his album Cilvia Demo.
Isaiah Rashad sits in with The Breakfast Club, in promotion of his new Cilvia Demo EP LP out now on Top Dawg Entertainment.
Celebrating their new releases, TDE’s Isaiah Rashad and N.O.R.E.’s Good Belt Gang spits up at RapFix Live with Sway and company.
A relative unknown until his signing with Black Hippy imprint Top Dop Entertainment, Isaiah Rashad is introduced to the world through Cilvia Demo, a fourteen track album that clocks in just under an hour, that is somehow marketed as an EP. Coming out of Chattanooga, TN, but then moving to Carson, CA, the album documents [cont.]
APLUS Filmz follows Isaiah from his first video shoot for “Shot You Down” to the release of his first project “Cilvia Demo” as apart of their series, Aplus Docs.
TDE’s newest discover, Isaiah Rashad, dropped his debut Cilvia Demo on January 28th, and today, Spotify hits us with a full stream of the album. HHS review on the way….
Both cuts come from TDE member Isaiah Rashad’s new LP, Cilvia Demo, which is up on iTunes today. “Soliloquy” video directed by Christopher Parsons. Bonus interview with Isaiah on Revolt TV in the last clip.
Isaiah Rashad’s TDE debut #CilviaDemo is coming to iTunes on January 28th, 2014. Guest support from SZA, Schoolboy Q, Schoolboy Q, and more.
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