Dope rap does not always mean spitting the hottest bars or “rapping your ass off” on every song, even though Kodak Black is capable. Sometimes simplicity and gravitating to people who can relate to what you are saying is the best answer. Kodak represents troubled past, the struggle, and the journey of over coming setbacks. Kodak’s tone on “Corrlinks and Jpay” is as if he’s speaking directly to his audience and fans on a beat from super producer Mike WiLL. Dropping jewels and a little knowledge so that maybe it can save someone from going down the same path. Even though he talks about selling drugs and robbing he also talks about the negatives of that lifestyle and potentially ending up in jail with no one to talk to because they genuinely did not care for you. Take a listen as Kodak lets you into his life. Buy, download, or listen to Kodak’s debut album Painting Pictures HERE.
Production by Mike WiLL Made-It