Rapper Isaiah Rashad wants to tap Young Dolph for collab before releasing his album, fans say they'll wait
Although Isaiah Rashad isn't releasing his new album until Young Dolph gets a feature, fans are totally up for a collab, saying the 'streets need that'
If you're an Isaiah Rashad fan and have been anticipating a new album, you may have to continue waiting. The Chattanooga, Tennessee native shared a concerning message for fans on Twitter recently, in which stated he is expecting Young Dolph to make a special guest appearance on the album before he plans to release it. His tweet has been deleted, however.
According to his recent post on the Instagram account of the promotion company Our Generation Music, the rapper said, “I don’t wanna drop til I get a Young Dolph feature.” Fans have shared their disappointment with mixed opinions, but some are keen for a collaboration with the two rappers. "Random asfff but I’m here for it 💯," said a fan while another wrote, "🔥🔥 streets need that." One fan shared, "I need whatever the hell it take to get Isaiah to drop so hell yea." Other comments included, "Dolph is why we can’t get this album🤦🏽♂️" and "Zay and Dolph, weird combo but I trust Zay so I’m all for it."
According to The Fader, Rashad teased the new album on Twitter, saying, "Take that time to get you right baby" and shouting out KEY!. His followup update was a post on Instagram and a live stream from the studio where he played a lengthy snippet of a new track. Toward the end of the stream, Rashad confirmed that his upcoming album is titled 'The House Is Burning'. Initially, the rapper said in 2017 that he was done taking two years between projects.
For Rashad's fans, being patient has become somewhat the norm as it has been four years since his last album. Rashad's debut studio album, titled 'The Sun's Tirade', arrived in September 2016 and was met with great critical acclaim and public reception and it goes without saying that fans have been eager for its followup. Although, the rapper did treat fans to a new single in April 2020, titled 'Why Worry'. His most recent effort was a special guest appearance on Kaash Paige’s 'Teenage Fever' album where he played a verse for 'Problems'.
'The Sun's Tirade' appeared on numerous end-of-year best album lists from various publications. Commercially, it also performed well, debuting at No 17 on the US Billboard 200 albums chart, selling 19,000 copies its first week. With its notably successful singles 'Free Lunch' and 'Wats Wrong' featuring Kendrick Lamar and Zacari, the record was named among the 20 Best Rap Albums of 2016.
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