Kodak Black New Album With Drake

Kodak Black and Drake are back together.

Speaking to reporters at a press conference marking the opening of the Kodak Black Day music festival on his hometown of Pompano Beach, the rapper “Super Gremlin” revealed that he and 6 of his music veterans are working on music in the studio.

According to iHeartRadio, Kodak said, “Me and Drake got some more music.” “Whenever Bruh feels ready, it’s really clear.”

It’s unclear how many songs they’ve recorded, but Kodak has hinted that this could be an entire project. “It’s like, ‘Did we go to drop the album? Are we going to do that?” It’s really on him. We still have a lot of songs.”

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The two are people who have shown affection for each other in the past, Kodak told “The Breakfast Club” in February, “We do a lot by talking behind the scenes and talking nonsense.”

Drake, who presented Kodak with $250,000 worth of Bitcoin, praised Yak. “If we’re honest, that’s really all for this generation and the next generation,” he told her in January.

Before he and Drake gave up collaborating, Kodak was preparing his own album, Guns N’ Roses. “I’m leaving the next Guns N’ Roses,” he said. Interesting!

He also opened up with Kendrick Lamar to collaborate on Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers. “I appreciate that kid accepting me and all that,” Kodak said. “And he’s a Gemini like me. I just know he’s a real person. He’s a real person and I appreciate him.”

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Moneybagg Yo And Kodak Black Team Up On ROCKY ROAD

Moneybagg Yo and Kodak Black reconnected on “Rocky Road.

It’s been more than three years since their last collaboration, “Lower Level” and the rappers are back with another heater.

On the heavy-hit track, representing the city of Moneybagg and coming back with Wockesha (“I sipped in my sins / I’m back to drink this simplicity”), Kodak promises to do better by its baby mother (“I can’t leave you alone, we made this kid together”).

“Whenever me and Kodak connect, it’s chemistry… well,” Moneybagg told Apple Music.I wanted to come up with a different pace than the other partner we had, ‘Sublevel’. It probably took us two weeks to do that. when we go there and do it… turned out well… I’m excited about the track… I feel like I’m warming up.”

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