Chattanooga rising star Isaiah Rashad delivers a compelling music video for his record "Heavenly Father." It's directed by Eric Swiz of Scheme Engine, and finds the 22-year-old rapper travelling through a winter storm while searching for an answer to his own life. Bouts with depression, suicide, and alcohol abuse are highlighted, as Rashad paints a lyrical picture of his struggles. With no one to call on, Rashad had had to fend for himself. It's symbolic then when he's rapping to an empty outdoor auditorium near the end. Watch the video for "Heavenly Father" above to understand Rashad's journey.

Isaiah Rashad's Cilvia Demo is available on iTunes.

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