Kodak Black Turns Into a Cartoon for “Patty Cake” Video
Even though he's made some previous headlines this summer for his controversial comments following his prison release, Kodak Black is keeping his focus on the music. The Broward County rapper releases the music video to his "Patty Cake" record, which sees him turning into an animated cartoon while attending a high school. Watch it below.
The visuals show students going to school in reality, where cartoon Kodak pulls up in a drop-top whip. The Florida MC attends the class, where he stands on top of a desk in the front of the room, pitching himself to be homecoming king of the school as students share their enthusiasm.
Later on, Kodak attends the school dance, where his cartoon is dressed up in a red suit and some gold chains. He takes the stage to perform the song into his animated microphone, where he is eventually awards the homecoming king title. The end of the video shows the rapper walking away with the crown on his head as he exits the dance.
Earlier this year, Kodak released his debut album, Painting Pictures, which contained his now 2x platinum hit single, "Tunnel Vision." He also recently revealed the cover to his Project Baby 2 project, which should come to our ears in the near future. He's been dropping a ton of records recently, including his latest, "Dream Girl."
Watch the music video for Kodak's "Patty Cake" record below to see him in cartoon form.
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