Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Kodak Black Thanks Kendrick for Album Spot

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Florida rapper, Kodak Black sent an appreciation message to Compton rapper, Kendrick Lamar, for giving him a spot on his latest album, ‘Mr. Morale and the Big Steppers.’

Their collaboration from the album, ‘Silent Hill‘ is now trending at #6 on YouTube Music. Kodak Black in addition to the feature had his vocals sprinkled all over the double-disc album, doing a spoken word interlude on ‘Rich (Interlude),’ the intros on ‘Worldwide Steppers,’ and  the album closer, ‘Mirror.’


The ‘Pimpin Ain’t Easy‘ rapper has been in negative public light for a while now, his jail stints and other scandals taking the spotlight from his musical credibility. It is refreshing to see ”Yak” get some recognition for his music from some of the industry’s biggest names.

Below is an excerpt from Kodak’s verse on Lamar’s ‘Silent Hill.’

“Every Thursday, girl’s day, spending’ time with my daughter, make me go harder. Every Sunday’s son’s day, teach my boy to be a man, I ain’t had no father. Fell in the love with the block, I ain’t have no pop, just a sawed-off shotgun, Mossberg. We stacking’ that money up proper, awkward diamonds, look like marbles. Audemars water, aqua, beatin’ the block up ’til we spout ’em. I don’t want your ice, boy, I want your life, but fuck it, I still might rob ’em.”

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