Kodak Black's musical onslaught continues. On Friday (Sept. 29), the former XXL Freshman unveiled a new song and music video called "I N U."

On the track itself, Lil Kodak spits about not being able to condemn or dismiss elements of the street life. After all, it's a lifestyle he happily lived before becoming a rap star. “My nigga still be stealin’ cars, he love that stuff, nigga/He done brought me a brand new car, I told him, ‘Nigga get me a rental’/Like how the hell I’ma tell him, ‘Chill, that shit ain’t cool, nigga’/’Cause I used to do it with him and I maneuver in ’em,” Kodak spits on the laid-back track.

In another part of the song, Kodak, whose latest project, Project Baby 2 dropped back in August, applies that same idea to his reasoning for refusing to be a role model in his lyrics. In another part of the song, Kodak, whose latest mixtape, Project Baby 2 dropped back in August, applies that same idea to his reasoning for refusing to be a role model in his lyrics. “Hell yeah, that’s what I do, but that ain’t what I do, nigga/I don’t even feel like nigga tellin’ ya kids to stay in school/’Cause I always did the opposite, nigga, I ain’t stay in school,” he spits.

In the "I N U" video, which Kodak directed, the rapper spends time counting money, driving around in his whip and posting up playing video games. Pretty chill vibes for such a reflective song.

Watch "I N U" below.

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