During the past three years, Zacari has released seven tracks including a single feature from Lil Yachty on his debut EP Run Wild Run Free. The artist has since released a series of loose tracks as well as the four-song Sol project, including “Edamame,” with Buddy and Isaiah Rashad and “This Woman’s Work” with Che Ecru, “Rainy Day.”
In addition to providing both credited and uncredited assistance on BEAM “Hurt PeopleSiR “Mood,” REASON “Left Hand,” ScHoolboy Q “Gang Gang,” Vic Mensa “FR33DOM,” DJ Scheme “Homesick,” and Blxst “Sometimes.” A recent project Zacari worked on with Rashad, “Bliss,” was coproduced with D. Sanders. Before the collaborators are heard rapping and singing about wealth, women, and more, a sample of Three 6 Mafia’s “No I’m Not Dat Nigga” is heard:
It was previously reported that Rashad had received a key to his hometown of Chattanooga, Tennessee this past weekend. Aside from declaring June 17 Isaiah Rashad Day, Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly also declared the day during this year’s Bonnaroo Festival in Manchester: Chattanooga is proud of you! You are an inspiration to us all, the world, and Chattanooga. It is our honor to award you with a key to the city.