Kodak Black Brings Out Jeezy, PnB Rock and More at First Show Out in Miami
Kodak Black is making strong moves to push forward in his rising career after getting out of prison, and he made his return to the stage last night during his first concert since getting home in Miami. Hitting the stage just after 9 p.m., the "Tunnel Vision" hitmaker came out in an orange jumpsuit, which was reflective of the same one he wore while he was locked up, and had surprise guests like Jeezy and PnB Rock hit the stage with him.
Not only did Kodak go through a slew of his hit records for fans, but he also brought out some surprise guests that made the already-enthusiastic crowd go into a frenzy. The Painting Pictures entertainer had Jeezy join him, as the two performed "Feeling Like" off of Kodak's debut album. Next up was PnB Rock, who sang the vocals of his catchy hook on their collaboration record, "Too Many Years" from Kodak's 2016 tape Lil B.I.G. Pac.
Kodak treated fans to performances from local artists too, including his brother John Wicks, his Sniper Gang artist Jackboy and Miami's own Ball Greezy.
Fans are awaiting the Florida native's anticipated Project Baby 2, which is on the way. We were able to hear some records off of the project recently, and fans won't be disappointed. You can get a taste of what's to come on his recent releases like “Dream Girl,” “My Cousin,” “Just a Wrap” and “Boost My Ego” with Future.
See the footage of Kodak Black's first concert back last night in the videos below.
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