DeJ Loaf grabs Kodak Black for his third song since getting out of jail. Listen to their new collab "All I Want for Christmas" above, produced by J. Vaughn.

Though the song is billed as "something you wouldn't expect," Kodak was actually caught singing DeJ Loaf's "Desire" when he first got out of jail a couple weeks ago, so it isn't totally a surprise.

"I thought it would be dope to get Kodak Black on this record so I reached out and he was with it! So we put together something special for you," the Detroit rapper wrote in the song's description on SoundCloud. "This is such a special time of the year. The time when you get to express gratitude and show love. So that's what we did. I hope y'all enjoy it. Happy Holidays!"

Before this, Kodak dropped "There He Go," produced by Dubba-AA, and "Weatherman" with Yo Gotti. Now that his profile is bigger than ever, expect some big artists to reach out to him. He was hanging out with PnB Rock earlier today too, so a video for there collab "Too Many Years" off Lil Big Pac might be on the way as well.

Listen to the track above.

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