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New Music: Kodak Black drops a visual to pair with "I N U"

He directs the music video himself, too.

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Despite being plagued by legal issues earlier this year, Kodak Black continues to stay busy, releasing ample new music in recent months.

After dropping his latest mixtape, Project Baby 2, in mid-August, the Florida rapper is back with another new loose single, "I N U."

The track was also accompanied by a new music video, which Kodak directs himself. In the visual, the rapper can be seen counting money, driving around in his car and playing video games. You know, the usual.

"I N U" is introspective by nature, with the 20-year-old rapping about how aspects of life on the street are hard to escape, and therefore, he can't really lend his advice without being hypocritical.

"My n---a still be stealin' cars, he love that stuff, n---a," he raps, over the laid-back instrumental. "He done brought me a brand new car, I told him, 'N---a get me a rental'/Like how the hell I'ma tell him, 'Chill, that shit ain't cool, n---a'/'Cause I used to do it with him and I maneuver in 'em."

Check out Kodak Black's latest offering "I N U" below.

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