Following the surprise release of his newest mixtape, Project Baby 2, South Florida rapper, Kodak Black ups the video for the song, "Transportin,'" off the new project.

In the visual, Lil Kodak posts up in his swank digs. The Project Baby is clearly a University of Florida fan, as his room is covered with Gators memorabilia, and his exotic whips all sport the school's color scheme.

Kodak counts big paper in one scene and rocks a bullet-proof vest while spitting his rhymes in the driveway in another shot. "Ain't gotta wait to make the movies, I be loaded/Why you out here drinkin' 40's, I just told it/Still that same nigga in a foreign, but it's stolen/Ridin' sporty, actin' sporty, I can't control it/I'm doin' five, got that bag, yeah I'm transportin'/I got that bag on me nigga, like I'm Jansportin'/He dropped his mixtape, thought I woulda reposted/I ain't post his mixtape 'cause I don't fuck with shawty," he spits on the chorus.

The new song samples Isaac Hayes' "Hung Up on My Baby," which was also famously sampled by the Geto Boys on their classic 1991 track, "My Mind's Playing Tricks on Me."

Kodak Black's new mixtape features 2017 XXL Freshman, XXXTentacion, Offset, John Wicks and JackBoy. The production on the project was handled by names like London on Da Track, Murda Beatz, Frank Dukes, Ben Billions, Skip on Da Beat and more.

Watch Kodak Black's "Transportin" video below.

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