Earlier this month, Kodak Black announced his next album, Heartbreak Kodak, was on the way, and now the Florida rapper reveals the project's cover and release date.

Set to drop on Feb. 14, the artwork keeps with the love theme and features Kodak as Cupid, pointing his arrow at a man who is walking away from a woman. The album's title can also be seen on the cover along with a black, broken heart.

Along with the project's artwork, Kodak also dropped a new song. Named after R&B songstress Erykah Badu, the track finds Kodak rapping over the "On & On" instrumental. "I'm turned up on a jolly/I will milly rock on any block fuckin' Kodak boppin'/I will hit a nigga with that Glock, don't really do no talkin'/I will Diddy bop on any thot, she suck me 'till she coughin'," he spits.

Kodak's "Erykah Badu" follows the release of the song "Fall Thru" at the beginning of the month. Like his latest track, "Fall Thru" finds the rapper taking a softer approach as he raps over smoother, more melodic beat.

In related news, Kodak recently found himself in trouble with the law again after he was arrested on seven charges including weapons possession and neglect of a child. The rapper's attorneys claim foul play was involved in the his arrest.

Check out the Heartbreak Kodak cover and listen to "Erykah Badu" below.

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