Nardo Wick’s runaway hit “Who Want Smoke?” is quickly becoming fodder for other emcees to enjoy. The latest to jump on EMKAY’s creeping instrumental is Kodak Black, who also recruits Chief Keef to make for one beautifully dark collaboration — complete with bars about money, vices, and violence, among other street-oriented topics:
“Young nigga, I got old cash, now I got new money, I don’t like to do no fucking interviews, I be in the room mumblin’, dissing on the ‘Gram, but when I see him, I’ma have dude runnin’, ain’t too many niggas around this bitch steppin’, so they know who done it, everywhere I go I got my TEC and that’s a bet, even on B-E-T, I don’t care ‘bout this cheque, I’m living wreck, I be on PCP…”
“Who Want Smoke?” follows Kodak’s latest single “Killing The Rats,” which is expected to appear on his forthcoming project Halloween Bill Kodak. Prior to that, the Floridian star has blessed his fans with a few well-received bodies of work, including Haitian Boy Kodak, Happy Birthday Kodak, and Before The Album, the last of which contained 11 cuts and collaborations alongside Lil Baby, 438 Tok, Rico Cartel, Hotboii, SnapKatt, and Syko Bob.
It’s been about a year since Chief Keef dropped off the projects The Glofiles (Pt. 4) and Extra Glo. Since then, the Chicago veteran has revealed the loose singles “Bang Bang,” “Status,” and “Harley Quinn,” all of which were created alongside Mike WiLL Made-It and has generated extreme interest in a full-length release from the duo. Outside of his own work, Keef has also been heard on drops like Lil Gnar’s “New Bugatti,” Lil Tecca’s “Choppa Shoot The Loudest,” 2KBABY’s “Luigi” and Ballout’s Red Eye.