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Isaiah Rashad’s ‘The House is Burning’ is out now

TDE star Isaiah Rashad has returned from his multi-year hiatus, dropping his first album in five years with The House is Burning.

Isaiah Rashad has been relentlessly releasing music as of late. Connecting with Schoolboy Q on the YouTube excluisve “Runnin” Wednesday, Zay dropped off the fourth single from his anticipated album The House is Burning in “From The Garden” featuring Lil Uzi Vert.

The two were also spotted Wednesday filming the accompanying visual to the track, as Rashad has been at all systems go this month. With the slew of singles he’s already released for THIB, Zay has given fans an idea of what they can expect from the full-length piece — dropping the album’s tracklist earlier this week.

Complete with features from Lil Uzi Vert, SZA, 6LACK, Smino and more, the number of collaborators far surpasses his previous efforts. Production is handled mainly by Kal Banx and Devin Malik, with work by Kenny Beats and others for one off tracks.

This tracklist is far beyond any expectations that may have been set for this project, and fans have had positive reactions to seeing Isaiah work with such an eclectic group of artists. Be sure to look out for the album on streaming platforms this Friday.

Isaiah Rashad drops third single off upcoming album ‘The House is Burning’

Isaiah Rashad has been methodically climbing his way back to the top — doing so with the third single off his forthcoming third studio album The House Is Burning.

Wat U Sed” features Doechii and Kal Banx, as the track follows Rashad’s previous singles in “Lay Wit Ya” and “Headshots.” He also released the wavy “Slow Motion Freestyle” last week on SoundCloud — holding fans over once more before his album hits DSPs July 30.

Isaiah Rashad announces release date for upcoming album

TDE rapper Isaiah Rashad announced July 7 that he will be dropping his next album, The House Is Burning, July 30. This project will serve as a follow-up to 2016’s The Sun’s Tirade, which received fantastic reviews across the board.

If his previous singles were any inkling to how promising his upcoming tape will be, Rashad is poised to position himself at the top of hip-hop’s current soundscape. His first release “Lay Wit Ya,” — the Duke Deuce-assisted Memphis banger — shows Rashad rising to his peak, reintroducing himself after a five-year hiatus.