Kodak Black pulls up with a new video. This one is for a track by the name of "Calling My Spirit," which is a song he dropped off last week.

In the two-minute video, Kodak depicts a variety of messages. The visual splits between shots of the Florida rapper sitting in a throne while surrounded by a group of women as he sits on a throne-like chair. In another, a man is in prison and getting handcuffs placed on his wrists. Another scene shows Kodak as a God-like figure as white clouds surround him. He eventually clasps his hands together to pray.

In other Kodak-related news, his album Dying To Live will be released on Dec. 14. Last month, Kodak made the announcement that his album will be dropping before the year ends. In the photo uploaded to social media, Kodak shows off his gold grill and a wad of cash.

"Yung Nigga Been Getting Money .. I Did Everything The Streets Glorified #AlbumDropping Next Month."

Since having made the announcement, Kodak has released "Zeze," which features Travis Scott and Offset. He also released "If I'm Lying, I'm Flying," his first single after his prison release in August.

Check out Kodak Black's new visual for "Calling My Spirit" below.

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