Kodak Black “Christmas in Miami”: Listen to New Holiday Song
Kodak Black shows the world the real way to celebrate the holidays in the Sunshine State.
On the eve of Christmas Eve (Dec. 24), the Dying to Live rapper celebrated the holidays by dropping off "Christmas in Miami," a Christmas banger that will bless holiday playlists for years to come.On the song, Kodak professes his love for City Girls' Yung Miami and asks her to marry him. Although he admits that he's being direct, he "Testimony" rapper says he'll slow it down—but still wants her as his Christmas gift.
"I just wanna love you, baby, just don't make no fool of me," Kodak raps. "I know on your birthday I ain't gotta buy you jewelry/I know on your birthday I ain't gotta splurge you/Just because it's Christmas, you don't need a Birkin/And you all I want for Christmas."
Along with the song, Kodak delivers the video, which perfectly portrays what most people in Dade county do to celebrate during the holiday season. The Broward County native travels down to Miami's Santa's Enchanted Forest with Yung Miami. Both rappers walk down the illuminated path full of Nativity scenes that leads to an array of carnival rides and more. In between their date night at the fair, we also catch the 2016 XXL Freshman and the Girl Code rapper getting cozy in the bathroom.
"I’m from Broward, but my lady from Miami," Kodak spits. "I'ma hit her with no Jim Beam, show her to my family/They so curious, but we not into y'all/She say, "Period," I be like, "Periodt"/She can have any nigga, I can get like any broad/She don't be milkin’ me, but she be milkin' y'all."
Listen to Kodak Black's "Christmas in Miami" and watch the video starring him and Yung Miami below.
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