Kodak Black's current incarceration isn't keeping him from dropping his brand new album Painting Pictures, and today (March 24) we get our first look at the album cover. You can check it out below, along with a trailer for the project, which is being billed as Kodak's "street album." Atlantic Records has confirmed to XXL the album is dropping next Friday, March 31.

The album is led by his gigantic new single "Tunnel Vision," produced by Metro Boomin, Southside and Cubeatz. The song currently sits at No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for the second week in a row, and is already one of the biggest songs of the young Florida rapper's career.

Kodak's currently behind bars for violating the terms of his house arrest. After being released on probation for multiple charges in Florida, Kodak was allowed to travel around the country for pre-approved work purposes. According to his probation officer, however, trips to a strip club in Miami and a boxing match in Cincinnati were not approved beforehand, despite his lawyers arguing that they were both for work purposes. His next court dat is set for March 28.

We can't wait for Painting Pictures, and since Kodak's been in the studio with Future recently, we might see them collab on the album.

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