Rising rap artist, Isaiah “Isaiah Lee” Stokes was born in Chester, Pennsylvania on August 4, 1990. Growing up with a musical family he learned to play drums and piano but never thought about rapping. After he heard his brother and cousin on a Philadelphia radio station he decided to try rapping himself.
Currently Isaiah Lee has a mixtape called “Motivation Music” on datpiff.com in honor of the brand he’s building called Fly Motivation. Isaiah Lee Also is in the process of releasing another EP called “My Life My Story” sometime in 2016. Check out more of Isaiah Lee on Soundcloud.
In an AllHipHop Exclusive Premiere, AR-AR delivers his highly anticipated song featuring Kevin Gates called “How I Do It.” The single comes on the heels of an interview with AR-AB where he discusses linking up with Kevin Gates, his relationship with Drake and how he’s turning over a new leaf speaking to youth in Philly.
“I’ve been doing a whole bunch of shows, I’m booked every weekend right now. I’ve been kind of busy doing that and I’m working on Who Harder than Me 4. I’m gearing up for this song with Kevin Gates, we are working out a video date and everything right now,” AR-AB explained.
The song itself is everything you would expect from Kevin Gates and AR-AB. The song is street and almost sounds like an extension of Kevin’s Islah album.
“When I came home from prison, I was talking to my manager and my manager had a plug with him, basically he was what I was listening to. They got us on the phone together and he was going around speaking to the local youth, like at detention centers and thats what I’m doing so we stayed on the phone DMing and texting each other. I didn’t even know he was going to be down at SXSW and we ended up doing this track,” AB explained of his Kevin Gates song.
Less than a month after being accused of bankruptcy fraud, Tisha Campbell-Martin and her husband Duane Martin have been ordered to give their business over to the bankruptcy trustee, and they are prohibited from putting their hands on any money Tisha has earned from her gig on the t.v. show Dr. Ken.
Immediately after filing for bankruptcy back in April, the trustee found out Tisha and Duane had opened a new business, XE Visions, to funnel checks from Tisha’s t.v. appearances.
Despite claiming they only had $ 200 in cash on hand, Tisha was making $ 45K per episode on Dr. Ken…and was secretly diverting the money behind the court’s back!
According to The Jasmine Brand, the federal court judge has granted this preliminary injunction against the couple, and they are ordered to turn over all assets and cash that has been paid to XE Visions. The judge states the new company will be turned back over to the couple once the bankruptcy comes to a close.