Kodak Black ended 2017 on a high note, dropping a collaborative mixtape with his Sniper Gang crew, and now the Florida rapper is back for the new year with his latest song, "Here It Is."

Rapping over a melodic keyboard and soft drums, Kodak appears to be taking shots at someone on the song but doesn't mention any names. "First Choo Choo, and now you, nigga?/All the hate y'all revealing way overdue, nigga/Ain't gonna lie, I was fooled, thought you was true niggas," he raps on the song.

Kodak continues to take jabs throughout the song and caps it off during the outro, spitting, "Put you on a shirt, here it is then/Niggas gettin' murked, here it is then/You niggas want a verse, here it is then/All you wanted was a verse, here it is then/But you fucked around and got murked, here it is."

While it's uncertain who Kodak is calling out on the song, the rapper recently caught heat from other artists when he called himself the new face of Florida hip-hop. The rapper's comments eventually led to a response from Koly P, who released his own diss track.

In related Kodak news, in late-December, the rapper and his Sniper Gang collective dropped their Baptized N Blood mixtape, The 18-track project includes appearances from PnB Rock, John Wicks, Mr. Flipper, Project Pooh, Petho Burr and more.

Listen to Kodak Black's "Here It Is" below.

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