Today, Kodak Black keeps his momentum going with his latest project Happy Birthday Kodak, a musical celebration of the Floridian star’s 23rd ride around the sun. The four-track EP sees contributions from Jacquees, Rylo Rodriguez, Lil Keed, Yo Gotti, DzyOnDaBeat, Drew Keys, and more.
Accompanying the new release is a visual for the track “Feelin’ Peachy,” a Dyryk, Snapz, Santo, and Ricx-produced effort that sees Kodak mainly rapping about the finer things in life:
“Sorry, this ain’t orange, this is peach, gotta keep a carbon in my reach, pickin’ calamari out my teeth, baby, might just put them Forgi’s on a jeep, I keep spilling confit on my jeans, I don’t like this talking, I’m gon’ squeeze, baby, you know I needed you, why would leave me? Keeping it real every day, it ain’t easy, cardigan weather, it come out next season, Deja Rae would you just stay with me please, I’ma bless lil’ mama like she sneezing…”
Directed by Damian Fyffe, the colorful clip shows Kodak Black at what looks like a tropical resort with a close compadre and some beautiful women, dressed to the nines while dancing and enjoying himself throughout. Simply put — Kodak is a long ways from where he was sitting this time last year.
Happy Birthday Kodak follows May’s Haitian Boy Kodak, an eight-track offering that boasts well-received singles like “Z Look Jamaican,” “Basement On Fire,” “Dirty K,” and “Don’t Leave Me.” Prior to that, an at-the-time incarcerated Kodak liberated his third studio LP Bill Israel, which contained 11 cuts and assists from Gucci Mane, Tory Lanez, Jackboy, Lil Yachty, and CBE.