Isaiah Rashad was a guest on Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club and delivered quite an entertaining interview despite being new to handling press. TDE's new artist described drawing inspiration from southern rap legends, almost selling drugs, moving to LA, expectations as a lyricist under one of hip-hop's biggest labels, hitchhiking, and much more.

The Cilvia Demo rapper also explained how he named his critically acclaimed project after his old 1995 Honda Civic. To learn more about his project, check out his mini-documentary and find out the moment he knew rap was his calling here.