‘RIP Kevin Miller’: New Track from Isaiah Rashad Possibly Referencing Master P’s Brother

January 14, 2014 Updated: July 18, 2015

“RIP Kevin Miller” is a new single from rapper Isaiah Rashad, which was released Tuesday.

There’s speculation that it is in reference to Kevin Miller, the younger brother of rapper Master P, who was shot and killed in 1995 by a heroin addict.

“I need diamond teeth / Livin’ like it’s 1998 / Like when Percy was the King / Back when Juve was the Great,” Isaiah says in the song. He adds: “Said he never die but now he’s 6 feet deep / With a tombstone / Oh my god my brother’s gone,” according to XXL.

The TDE record label president, Punch, tweeted the lyrics to the song, seemingly confirming it’s about Miller.

The track was produced by Black Metaphor

The song is here (Warning: some profanity):

 

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