Isaiah Rashad Wife (Net worth, Scandal and personal life)

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Isaiah Rashad is a well-known rapper from the United States.

Isaiah Rashad Joel McClain became popular when he shared the stage with renowned rappers Juicy J, Joey Badass, and Smoke D.Z.A. on the 2012 Smoker’s Club Tour.

This article will discuss Isaiah Rashad wife, net worth, scandal, career and personal life.

Isaiah Rashad wife

Despite having three children, Isaiah Rashad is not currently married or engaged to anyone. Also, the names of his children are not out in public yet.

In 2017, Isaiah Rashad’s girlfriend allegedly was the famous musician S.Z.A. However, he has never spoken publicly about his relationships and preferred to maintain a very low-key and shady personal life.

Regarding his sexual orientation, he had never discussed it publicly. But recently, his sexuality was questioned after a leaked video of his act with guys went viral. After the incident, so many are interested to know if he is homosexual or bisexual.

NameIsaiah Rashad
Real nameIsaiah Joel McClain
Date of birthMay 16, 1991
Age31 years old
BirthplaceChattanooga, Tennessee, U.S.
Profession American rapper & singer
Height5 ft 10 in
CollegeMiddle Tennessee State University
Net worth$600 thousand

Isaiah Rashad’s net worth

The approximate net worth of Isaiah Rashad is $600.000.

The 31-year-old rapper Isaiah founded The House, a Chattanooga hip-hop collective. Some of his best songs are:

  • Smile
  •  Stuck in the Mud feat. S.Z.A.
  •  Shot You Down feat. Jay Rock
  • Schoolboy Q
  •  Heavenly Father
  •  West Savannah

Early life

Isaiah Rashad Joel McClain was born In Chattanooga, Tennessee. Rashad’s date of birth is May 16, 1991. He was raised by his mother, who is a hairstylist by profession.

Rashad’s father used to let him stay up late as they listened to Too $hort and Scarface when he was young. However, Isaiah Rashad parents separated when Rashad was just three years old.

Rashad once considered pursuing a career as a preacher. But when his stepbrother gave him a copy of OutKast’s ATLiens, Rashad began spending most of his time rapping in junior high.


Initially, Isaiah Rashad would rap while his friends recorded it on laptops. In his second year of high school, he started making rap music. Rashad temporarily attended Middle Tennessee State University and while he was at it , he continued recording at several studios.

His friend introduced him to a guy who owned a recording studio. Luckily, that guy turned out to be Rashad’s cousin and gave him free recordings while attending Middle Tennessee State University. He used to find places wherever he could record and had already quit school. 

Isaiah Rashad joined the 2012 Smoker’s Club Tour. This happened from July 13 to August 23, alongside superstars Juicy J, Joey Badass, Smoke D.Z.A., and others. After this tour in December 2012, he got the attention of several well-known record labels. Soon he started receiving offers from them.

However, Isaiah decided not to sign a record deal and started to post independent music on SoundCloud. He was so right in his decision as it led him to build a strong name for himself in the music industry.

He used tracks by famous producers like M.F.M.F. Doom and Flying Lotus, which added to his rise to stardom in the music world.

Contracts and plays

Isaiah Rashad eventually signed a contract with independent record label Top Dawg Entertainment (T.D.E.) in March 2013. After that contract, he moved to Los Angeles, California, where he lived and recorded at T.D.E. Red Room Studio.

Rashad’s debut extended play, Cilvia Demo, was released on January 28 2014. He made quite a name after this extended play (E.P.). It was a hit because the E.P received a lot of praise and peaked at number 40 on the U.S.U.S. Billboard 200.

His debut album, The Sun’s Tirade, was released on September 2, 2016. Likewise, it was ranked 17 on the U.S.U.S. Billboard 200. Not only this, but it also managed to sell over 19k copies in the very first week of its release.

Isaiah Rashad has collaborated with top superstars to release hit tracks and studio albums. The art he creates tops the charts and stays there for quite a while.

Rashad released his second studio album on July 30, 2021. It was titled The House Is Burning.

As a part of T.D.E.’s Fan Appreciation Week, Rashad released the single “Why Worry” on April 22, 2020. 

His music has this dreamy, often nostalgic tone. The lyrics he composes touch on topics like depression, drug addiction, and family.

Isaiah Rashad’s Albums are:

  • Cilvia Demo (2014)
  • The Sun’s Tirade (2016)
  • The House Is Burning (2021) 

Personal life

Between the release of Cilvia Demo and The Sun’s Tirade, Rashad made it public that he was a Xanax and alcohol addict. He also disclosed that he had been battling depression, anxiety, and loneliness.

During his April concert at Coachella 2022, Rashad addressed the leaks. He stated that the supportive words from the fans had kept him alive these last couple of months. That was quite a low phase in Rashad’s life.

Regarding his sexuality, Rashad revealed in a May 2022 interview with Joe Budden that he is still learning about himself.

Sex tape scandal

Rapper Isaiah Rashad was under the radar after his sexual identity was out following a sex tape leaking of him. His sex tape leaked online on February 9 2022, where he was seen performing indecent acts with two men.

Rashad’s name was trending on Twitter after the leak. Many people sympathized with him, claiming that his privacy shouldn’t have been breached this way. Among his supporters were many popular influencers and models.

Wrap up

Rashad is the housing member of the Chattanooga hip hop collective The House. Some of his fellow Chattanooga rappers, ygtut, Michael Da Vinci (MikeyD), Chris P, and Brian Brown are also in the group.

Many people are curious about Isaiah Rashad wife. The rapper, however, has not been married since he entered the spotlight, Isaiah.

His tour in the 2012 Smoker’s Club Tour with well-known performers became Isaiah Rashad’s career breakthrough.

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