“And the shots ain’t bringing my soldiers back...”

Isaiah Rashad returns with new single 'Headshots (4r da locals)'.

The mercurial rapper returned a few weeks back, laying out plans for his first album since 2016's outstanding 'The Sun's Tirade'.

New single 'Headshots (4r da locals)' sketches in details of his return, a song that matches braggadocio to a sense of introspection.

Discussing shifts in his internal life, Isaiah Rashad raps: “Change, change, changed/Weed couldn’t settle my fire/Couldn’t cover my pain, pain, pain, pain, pain.”

“Crib bigger than Budapest,” he continues. “And the shots ain’t bringing my soldiers back.”

Pensive and soulful, 'Headshots (4r da locals)' finds the Tennessee flexing his creative muscles.

Tune in now.

Photo Credit: Spencer Sease

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