Kodak Black has been pretty consistent since being released from prison. Having already released well-received cuts like “Last Day In,” “Every Balmain,” “Hit Bout It” with Lil Yachty, and “Righteous Reapers,” Kodak keeps the momentum going with “Easter In Miami,” a celebration of this past weekend’s religious holiday that sees him rapping about wealth, women, status, and more over production from DzyOnDaBeat and Nick Seeley:
“All black Dickies, no socks in my Reeboks, vulture bird tatted on my head, not a sea hawk, cuban link chain and the feds with the G-SHOCK, candy apple cranberry red with the tee top/
Vulture bird chain, colored money like a peacock, I don’t do too much talkin’ with the bitches, pull my meat out, they go petite, I stay rockin’ Felipe, I ain’t no chico but they call me Felipe, yeah…/”
“Easter In Miami” sees an accompanying visual courtesy of DrewFilmedIt, and starts off with old footage of Kodak hanging around with some fans. The rest of the clip keeps with that same upbeat nature, with the Floridian star spotted — both before and after his latest incarceration — with his crew in restaurants, onboard yachts, and other locations with plenty of cars, jewelry, and eye candy for added measure.
Late last year, a still-imprisoned Kodak dropped off his third studio LP Bill Israel, which saw 11 cuts with additional features from Tory Lanez, Jackboy, Gucci Mane, CBE, and Yachty. Prior to that, he liberated his first number one album Dying To Live, a 16-track offering with assists from Lil Pump, Travis Scott, Offset, and late artist Juice WRLD. The project sold 89,000 album equivalent units during its first week of release, eventually earning Kodak a Platinum plaque.
Press play on Kodak Black’s “Easter In Miami” below. Presumably, a new full-length lies somewhere on the horizon.