Kodak Black Previews New Music After Getting Out of Jail
Kodak Black has wasted zero time getting back to the music after being released from jail yesterday (June 5). Today, the talented but troubled 19-year-old has uploaded a preview of some new music to his Instagram account. Let's just say there's a lot to look forward to.
In the video we see Lil Kodak is completely in the zone as a hard instrumental begins playing in the background. He doesn't look too tense, but you can tell he's feeling out the beat, shouting out his lyrics to it before pausing and resuming to spit a new part a few moments later. The beat was done by Dyryk, who co-produced "Reminiscing" with A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie off Kodak's debut album Painting Pictures, which dropped earlier this year.
In his bars, Kodak's spitting about copping his mom a flossy watch as soon as he left his cell while also touching on how being in a cell was no fun. Unfortunately, the clip cuts out just as it appears the Florida rapper's about to go in even more.
Kodak will look to continue building the seemingly unstoppable momentum he's gathered since breaking out with songs like "SKRT" and "No Flockin." Since then, his star's only grown—even if he's been behind bars for a good portion of that time. Painting Pictures moved an impressive 71,000 album equivalent units in just its first week of release, and "Tunnel Vision" has been on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for 15 weeks now.
Peep Kodak's new preview for yourself below. While he was locked up, his team built him a studio in his crib, where he'll be doing a year of house arrest, so expect new Project Baby tunes sooner rather than later.
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