Kodak Black Releases First New Song and Video Since Getting Out of Jail
Last Thursday, Kodak Black was released from S.C. jail on $100,000 bond. It was only a matter of hours until he was back recording new music, and now we get our first taste of what he was cooking up with the video for a brand new track called "There He Go." Peep it up top, directed by Yung Mike of 20k Visuals.
The song is produced by Kodak's trusty beatmaker Dubba-AA, who brought his studio equipment over to Kodak's house after he got out because the rapper is currently on house arrest. They were making new music all weekend, and now we've got the first song Kodak's dropped since getting out of jail.
Earlier this year, Kodak said he wanted to drop his album on Christmas. He's signed to Atlantic and Christmas is only weeks away, so it's doubtful we'll be getting his official debut LP, but you never know.
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