Kodak Black continues to deliver top tier music to the masses at a prolific rate. His latest is the loose cut “Closure,” which appears to be a detailed response to his former associate Jackboy — specifically, Jackboy’s November release “Don’t Force My Hand,” which saw him speaking on public conflicts with the “Zeze” star. On “Closure,” it sounds as if Kodak regrets the fallout and wishes things could’ve gone differently:
“I love you but my heart telling me to hate you, you wanted me to be in jail tryna chase you, it ain’t bout’ what you do, its how you did it, you can’t have your dawg in prison in his feelings, switching numbers on me like you don’t want me with it, and we talked about everything but the business, I ain’t get a sentence from you since my sentence, but on the streets, everybody thinking you the realest…”
The accompanying clip for “Closure” sees Kodak reciting the track’s emotionally charged subject matter in different locations, including in the studio, in a long hallway filled with what looks like Egyptian art, and outside with a guitar. He can also be seen greeting fans in a department store and dining with family and loved ones throughout.
Back in October, Kodak Black teamed up with Sniper Gang cohorts Syko Bob and Snapkatt for Nightmare Babies, an 11-track body of work that saw additional contributions from Ballgreezy, NoCap, and more. Prior to that, he connected with Chief Keef for a remix of Nardo Wick’s “Who Want Smoke?,” This year also saw Kodak dropped off the solo projects 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.
Fans can press play on Kodak Black‘s “Closure” video below.