Earlier this year, Florida rapper Koly P signed to Boosie BadAzz, and today he dropped his Koly Luther King tape. It features a couple strong Kodak Black collabs, and above is "Viral," which also features Boosie.

It's produced by YodaYae1k, the same guy who made "Today" and "30," two standouts from lil' Kodak's incredible new tape Lil Big Pac.

Strangely enough, Kodak Black's SoundCloud account also shows "Viral" as a Kodak song featuring Boosie and without the Koly verse at the end. It's labeled, "Official Version."

Something else strange happened with Kodak's music recently. Somebody, probably a Chris Brown fan account, uploaded a song called "Time and a Place" featuring Kodak Black and Chris Brown. The song is a combination of Kodak's "Ran Up a Check" from last year and Chris Brown's "Time and a Place," but now they've ben combined into one song.

There's also "Lonely," a new Kodak Black song billed as a track by DJ Twin with a Sean Kingston feature. YodaYae1k is once again behind the boards, but over the weekend Kodak seemed to voice his displeasure with the record, despite being behind bars. "If Sean Kingston Wasn't From Florida I Would Of Stepped Down On Him For Getting On My Song Wit Out Permission," he wrote on Twitter.

Kodak, who was chosen for our 2016 Freshmen cover, is having a breakout year thanks to Lil Big Pac, easily one of the best rap projects of the year so far. He was arrested for the second time this year back in May and has stayed there ever since. Let's hope the Project Baby is out soon.

Hear "Viral" above and peep "Diary Chapter 3," another Koly and Kodak tape from Koly Luther King, below.

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