Isaiah Rashad opens up about his relationship with Top Dawg.
During the interview he recalls a moment in his life where Top Dawg Entertainment CEO Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith was helping him with his bills, including rent. Isaiah said that moment made him realize Top loved him.
“When I didn’t have no money coming in and I was like, “This n—a is paying my rent and I haven’t made a song in months.” He locked me in his house and said, “We gonna get through this s–t.” I gained some confidence and betrayed his confidence f–king up in the streets. When I came to him humble and I needed help, he still gave me the help. He’s a solid n—a, man. I ain’t never seen a n—a happier to hand a n—a a $1 million check. That n—a happier than I am, doing skips down the steps. He loves me, man.”
Elsewhere in the interview, the 30-year old rapper says fans shouldn’t expect another album from him for another 3-4 years.
“You might have to wait another three or four [years] for something. All these have been basically summaries of whatever time in my life. You ain’t gonna get a summary of my life in six to eight months, but you might get a project for the fun of it. We might try some s–t and get some features and might do a mixtape with style, like the Slime Language s–t, with my homies and drop it. You probably won’t get me rounding up my feels, that s–t might take three years.”
Isaiah Rashad’s third album ‘The House Is Burning’ is slated to arrive in June. Head over to billboard for the full interview.