It’s truly nice to have Isaiah Rashad back and releasing music. Just a few weeks ago, he ended a five-year break to drop “Lay Wit Ya” featuring Duke Deuce. At the same time, he confirmed the rumors about his new album, House Is Burning. While he hasn’t given fans a release date, he has shown that it will come sooner rather than later. Shortly thereafter, he connected with Kenny Beats for “200/Warning.” Most recently, he offered another cut from his upcoming album called “Headshots.” Thankfully, this single also has a dope video to go with it.
Throughout his career, Isaiah Rashad has been open about his struggles with mental health and alcohol. For the “Headshots” video, he invited fans to his support group or what it may look like in real life. While there, the Tennessee native begins rapping the words to his newest release.
“It feel good since a n*gga been back/But a n*gga done changed, changed, changed, changed, changed/Weed couldn’t settle my fire/Couldn’t cover my pain,” he rapped.
“I see God when I be ridin’ out/Boy, you always ridin’ ’round with a target on/If a n*gga follow me to the car garage, I’ma spark it up.”