Fresh off dropping his 12-minute freestyle, Kodak Black is back with a new video for the song "Cut Throat."

The track, which is featured on Kodak's joint project with Plies, is one of the few solo songs on the album. Directed by the rapper himself and Wavylord, the "Cut Throat" visuals offer a glimpse at Kodak's daily life as he gets his hair cut, checks the mail and flirts with women everywhere he goes.

Kodak has obviously been feeling himself as of late and even recently claimed to have realer lyrics than JAY-Z. Last week on Instagram, the Florida rapper posted a meme comparing his lyrics with Jay's. The side-by-side picture was Hov's lyrics from the "Money, Cash, Hoes" hook and Kodak's lyrics from his verse on "Can I."

"Real Shit B Going On .. None Of Dat Hopscotch Shit," Kodak wrote in the caption. The post rubbed a lot of old school hip-hop fans the wrong way but it wasn't the rapper's first time causing controversy. In 2016, Kodak hopped on Twitter and proclaimed, "I'm better than Pac and Biggie."

Check out the "Cut Throat" video below.

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