Check out Kodak Black’s new single & accompanying video for “Black Cats.”
Since getting released from jail back in June, Florida sensation Kodak Black has been releasing new music at a ridiculous pace, and thankfully he doesn’t look to be slowing up anytime soon either. Back in June, he kicked things off by dropping off songs like “First Day Out,” “Water,” My Cousin” & “Just A Wrap,” before linking up with Future for the track “Boost My Ego” in July. Looking to keep it all going, Kodak came through in August & not only dropped off a couple more loose singles & videos, but he also surprised fans with the release of his Project Baby 2 mixtape as well, which featured XXXTENTACION, Offset, & more.
Now two weeks removed from Project Baby 2, and with it still in rotation, Kodak continues to keep feeding the streets with new heat. For the third time in the past four days, following up “Time Never Worried” & yesterday’s “1000” releases, Kodak decides to liberate another new offering called “Black Cats,” which once again arrives in visual form.
Directed by Wavylord, & shot at his home due to him being on house arrest still, Kodak throws on the ski mask & raps about being “focused on his future & not dwelling on the past,” just as he spits on the hook. It’s unlikely this will see life on any upcoming project, but who cares we’re always here for some new Kodak.
Take a listen to his newest release & share your thoughts on it in the comments (below). While you’re at it, be sure to check out our recent review of Project Baby 2 right here if you missed it. The project landed itself in the #1 spot on Billboard’s R&B/hip-hop charts.