It all started with a bit of freestyle.
It’s the kind of story that would seem too beautiful to be true, the kind of destiny that defies the rules. It has happened to Isa Muhammad though, and the fairy-tale is still going strong.
In early summer 2016, in Venice Beach, California, a homeless man crossed paths with Rick Ross, one of the fiercest rappers in the game. It was now or never for the homeless rapper: standing bared chested in front of Ralph Lauren clad Ross and a crowd of onlookers, he launched into a three minute merciless freestyle. The boss of Maybach Music Group listened carefully and was pretty impressed, impressed enough in fact to sign the guy on his label.
Since joining the Meek Mill, Wale and French Montana team in Miami, Isa Muhammad praises the Lord in every Instagram posts.
A mix of luck and talent
In July 2016, Isa Muhammad launched a first offensive with a very strong track featuring his mentor Ricky Rozay, entitled “William Roberts”.
He then followed this up with “Chemtrails & Muslim Wars” and a video clip.
These debut tracks, with their out of this world texts and flow, supported by a voice all spice and flavour, spat out with an attitude and energy that matches perfectly MMG’s trademark aggressiveness.
As for his brand new mixtape, entitled Diabolical Bastard Billionaire Genius, it consists of 25 tracks created in barely 5 months and featuring illustrious artists such as Curren$y, Scrilla and obviously Rick Ross.
Rick Ross made the right call with this surprisingly promising new addition to the team, with this prolific, talented guy whose harshness of style fits perfectly his own vision.