Just before everyone’s favorite dark hoiday, Kodak Black and his Sniper Gang collective released Nightmare Babies, an 11-track compilation that, in addition to Kodak himself, sees contributions from Syko Bobb, Snapkatt, Ballgreezy, NoCap, and more. The project was led by the standouts “Killing The Rats,” “Nightmare Stories” and “Super Gremlin.”
Yesterday (Nov. 15), Kodak decided to bless the masses with a new visual from Nightmare Babies for “Halloween Bill Kill,” a solo offering that sees production from Helluva Beats and keeps with the Floridian star’s usual themes of street life, personal vices, and fallen soldiers (including the late Soulja Slim):
“Ayy, when that money on the line niggas say the round, but when those bullets go to flyin’ niggas change they mind, I shot that choppa cuz this bitch don’t know the old side? And I just found out that bitch playin’ both sides, these niggas they aimin’ at my v-neck for this whole time, it’s like I’m playing Russian roulette with this .45, swear I ain’t seen my nigga … in a long time, these niggas was hating and I ain’t see that, I was goin’ blind…”
Much of the Nightmare Baby-shot film sees Kodak Black roaming around what appears to be his Golden Acres stomping grounds within Pompano Beach. He can also be spotted throwing up his Haitian flag, traversing throughout a shoe store, pouring spirits out for those not with him, and more.
Prior to the aforementioned, Kodak dropped off a remix of Nardo Wick’s “Who Want Smoke?,” which also saw an appearance from Chief Keef. Prior to that, he 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 and Sniper Gang.
Press play on “Halloween Bill Kill” below.