Like the current greats and past legends Kodak Black is showing an important trait you need to have if you want to be an elite artist or whatever you strive to be in life, consistency. It may be too early to tell but with yearly releases Kodak has delivered every time. Rapping with raw emotions and about life events and situations is what triggers the respect from his fans, and Project Baby 2 is no different.
The project starts with the track “Versatile”, a 7:00 minute long song produced by Helluva who was responsible for producing Tee Grizzley’s hit “First Day Out”. The track is just what the title says, Kodak showing his skills and versatility by switching flows during the track. “Change My Ways”, “Unexplainable”, “No Codefendant”, and “Me for Me” are all tracks that are more introspective were Kodak is touching on a lot of subjects that he’s dealing with and how he’s handling the fame.
The project only has a few features which include: XXXTENTACION who is on hit song “Roll In Peace” and is also a Florida native. Kodak’s right hand, JackBoy who is an up and coming rapper, and Kodak’s brother John Wicks. Lastly Offset from Migos is featured on “Built My Legacy”.
On the tail end of the project “Pride” is a deep track where Kodak is speaking to people in tough situations facing the possibility of doing time or already locked up but staying true and remaining solid. The tape ends with “Still In The Streets” where he’s reminding everybody he’s still a ‘Project Baby’. Its debatable where this ranks in comparisons to his previous works, but all in all another solid release is in the books for Kodak Black.