Kodak Black continues to drop off loose cuts for his fans to enjoy. Yesterday (Dec. 15), the Floridian star dropped off a new single titled “Love & War,” a Pompano Puff and J Gramm-produced offering that sees Kodak putting his heart on his sleeve for that special someone. Interestingly enough, the song’s chorus was teased over the past couple of years and — in addition to going viral on TikTok — saw additional life on Shoreline Mafia‘s “On The Low” last year:
“Big ol’ strap like I’ma Haitian … could you send me a flick? I’ma send you a dick pic when I’m horny, if I kiss you on yo’ lips, would you tell your sisters in the mornin’? Would you keep it a secret? Like, I ain’t felt this way before, wanna tell you that I like you, but I don’t, ’cause I’m not sure, I just take her heart and score, then I love her ’til she sore, I just break her heart in fours, then I don’t want her anymore, if I eat it, could I treat it? Could I beat it with my sword? She want love and I want war…”
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.
Press play on Kodak Black‘s “Love & War” below. Perhaps we’ll be seeing a new body of work from the “Zeze” talent before year’s end.
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