Today, Top Dawg Entertainment star Isaiah Rashad drops the scorching new single “Wat U Sed.” The Doechii and Kal Banx-assisted track is the latest from Rashad’s forthcoming album The House Is Burning set for July 30th. Rashad is also announcing a U.S. tour, “Lil Sunny’s Awesome Vacation” in support of that album, beginning in September (full dates below). The Artist Presale begins Tuesday, July 27th10 AM Local Time and the Local Venue Presale opens from Wednesday, July 28th10 AM Local Time to Thursday, July 29th10 PM Local Time. Public on-sale is available starting Friday, July 30th10 AM Local Time.

Built around ambient synths and tranquil percussion, the track is intimate and impressionistic. Coupled with Rashad’s laid back delivery and flows, Doechii offers a perfect counterpoint, serving up dazed crooning with a little low-key bounce. On the whole, it’s breezy and bright, the perfect song to play on a humid summer afternoon.  Produced by Amaire Johnson & Rory Behr, “Wat U Sed” is a compelling follow-up to “Headshots (4r Da Locals)” and “Lay Wit Ya” (featuring Duke Deuce) the previous singles from The House Is Burning. The forthcoming album is Rashad’s first project since 2016’s critically acclaimed album,The Sun’s Tirade. Filled with intensely personal lyrics and dynamic flows, the new record is the product of passion, self-discovery, and experimentation. With dynamic production and deft lyricism, The House Is Burning reaffirms Rashad’s status as one of rap’s most potent songwriters.  The House Is Burning will drop on July 30, and a little over a month later, Rashad is planning to hit the road. The tour kicks off at Boston’s House of Blues in September before wrapping at The Signal in Rashad’s hometown Chattanooga, Tennessee, in November. Dates below.

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House of Blues
Fillmore
Fillmore
House of Blues
The Rooftop at Pier 17
The Dome at Oakdale
Fete Music Hall
Bogarts
GLC Live at 20 Monroe
House of Blues
Fillmore
Fillmore
Summit
Depot
Knitting Factory Boise
Knitting Factory Spokane
Showbox So Do
Commodore
McDonald Theater
Crystal Ballroom
Ace of Spades
Warfield Theatre
Novo
House of Blues
SOMA
The Van Buren
House of Blues
Rialto Theatre
House of Blues
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Emos
House of Blues
The Aztec Theater
Ritz
Fillmore
Jannus Live
House of Blues
Revolution
Tabernacle
Iron City
Marathon Music Works
The Signal

Boston, MA
Philadelphia, PA
Silver Spring, MD
Cleveland, OH
New York, NY
Wallingford, CT
Providence, RI
Cincinnati, OH
Grand Rapids, MI
Chicago, IL
Detroit, MI
Minneapolis, MN
Denver, CO
Salt Lake City, UT
Boise, ID
Spokane, WA
Seattle, WA
Vancouver, BC
Eugene, OR
Portland, OR
Sacramento, CA
San Francisco, CA
Los Angeles, CA
Anaheim, CA
San Diego, CA
Phoenix, AZ
Las Vegas, NV
Tucson, AZ
Dallas, TX
New Orleans, LA
Austin, TX
Houston, TX
San Antonio, TX
Raleigh, NC
Charlotte, NC
St. Petersburg, FL
Lake Buena Vista, FL
Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Atlanta, GA
Birmingham, AL
Nashville, TN
Chattanooga, TN

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