Another day, another remix to Tay-K's "The Race." This time, Top Dawg Entertainment's Isaiah Rashad steps up to the plate, serving up some casual bars over the increasingly famous beat.

On the track, the rising TDE artist sounds like he's keeping things low-key, but he's actually flexing on lames pretty much the whole verse.

"Selling out, bring my friends, you my dawg (my dawg)/Fill my fronto like an arm in the cigar (the cigar)/If I don't smoke before I eat then I'ma starve (then I'ma starve)/I throw that platinum on my teeth when I'm with y'all/Preacher man, Mr. Willie, put some hands on my dinner/Put some eyes on my back, let me scope out these niggas/You a nobody, ain't nobody to nobody, nigga/I'ma quit when a bitch suck the flow out a nigga, uh," he spits on the track.

As we alluded to before, Rashad's new freestyle is at least the 16th freestyle over "The Race" instrumental. Other rappers who've spit over the beat include Fetty Wap and Remy Boy Monty, Kur and Lil Yachty. It's a pretty dope trend, but what's not so dope are the events that set it in motion.

17-year-old Tay-K, the teen responsible for creating "The Race," wrote and recorded the song as he was on the run from the law after ducking trial for murder charges. He's currently incarcerated, and he will be charged as an adult.

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