Kodak Black was given a special chain of glow-in-the-dark diamonds at the event to commemorate the recent success of “Super Gremlin” over The Weekend. According to HNHH, He jumped on stage and went to Kodak to hand-deliver the chain to jeweller Maksud Trax Agadjani of TraxNYC, which one of its producers regularly visits. Agadjani, according to HipHopDX, in the following video;
“It‘s a track he saw on the website or saw by his producer and they wanted it because it fits [Super Gremlin‘, which is obviously a hit and he wanted it in a monster tennis chain,” he said.
“The piece glows in the dark. It has orange diamonds, diamond chains, 30 pointers, 24 inches, VS1, G color, and obviously you can see the flashing in the chain and how it completes its set for the night while performing ‘Super Gremlin‘. ”
The chain was the subject of controversy on Twitter earlier today when Portland-based designer 1800 Laboratories accused TraxNYC of stealing a design allegedly created for HK Billy in July. 1800 Laboratories at Stories
“If you have to steal jobs from your customers, you need a better graphic design team,” he wrote. “I @HK__BILLY this design and I only did it for Billy. ”
In his response, Agadjani said;
He believes the custom chain winding up the hands of a “Superstar” like Kodak is a “great blessing,” but vows to figure out a way to resolve their differences. “Well, I‘m going to try to make things right and smooth and have time to think and research on what was going on and I can explain myself very, very well,” he said. “Not a person to do anything wrong and nothing was wrong. ”
“Super Gremlin” catapulted to No. 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 last week, becoming his third single to crack the top 10, joining “Tunnel Vision” and “ZEZE.” While Kodak was on Instagram Live that same day, Drake praised him in the comments, calling him “all that for this generation and the next one.”