Kodak Black was released from Florence, S.C. jail on Thursday (Dec. 1) after being extradited there for criminal sexual conduct charges. Now he's back in the lab with his producer Dubba-AA, and you can hear what they've been cooking up in the video above.

Kodak, born Dieuson Octave, made $100k bond earlier this week after getting a new lawyer.

Dubba-AA produced tracks on Institution like "In Too Deep," "Gospel" and "Rock Bottom" and was behind "Everything 1k," "Vibin in this Bih" and "Slayed" off Lil Big Pac. He did the beat for the song you hear in the above clip.

The footage is from Kodak's crib. Dubba-AA moved all his stuff over to the 19-year-old rapper's house because Kodak's on house arrest. They were recording Saturday, (Dec. 3), and there might be new music on the way sooner than you think.

Institution was released on Christmas day 2015 and Kodak has said he wanted to release his album this coming holiday. It's doubtful he'll drop his official debut through Atlantic by Christmas, though that would be kind of genius, but knowing how much he records and how much music he has in the stash, perhaps there's hope of a new tape on the way. Listen to more previews of new music below.

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