Kodak Black spreads love in "Nightmare Before Christmas" video
Kodak Black’s holiday-themed effort sees production from Bass Charity and SkipOnDaBeat.
Kodak Black was definitely in the holiday spirit this weekend. On Christmas day, the Floridian star unveiled his latest single “Nightmare Before Christmas,” a Bass Charity and SkipOnDaBeat-produced offering that see him reflecting on his struggles, his current relationship with mother-to-be Maranda Johnson, and more:
“They ‘posed to lace you, keep you straight and you the one with the paper, but nowadays they probably lace you soon as the right time to snake you, I’m a shot caller, I’m a shot taker, MJ my baby mama so I buy her Marc Jacobs, I’ma get with ya’, can’t nobody say a, nigga, I kill killers and I hate haters, all these elevators steppin’ take the staircase, the only way you niggas beat me if a catch a Fed case, and ain’t no going back, I’m on they ass every day…”
The accompanying clip for “Nightmare Before Christmas” sees directed from Kodak himself, and begins with footage of him and his family celebrating the special day in his residence — complete with a bright orange tree, which presumably takes inspiration from Halloween, which viewers will see references to. Throughout the video, Kodak shares gifts with children, shows off his high-end vehicle, and dances to the music.
In related news, Kodak has once again found himself in the midst of controversy following an Instagram photo of him helping his son dance with an adult woman, all of which reportedly took place during his and Johnson‘s baby shower. As expected, many on social media spoke their minds about the incident, with some even bringing up Boosie Badazz and his own issues as a result:
“Theres Nothing Wrong About What’s Happening But Who It’s Been Done To! ! Period! & Ya Mfs Aren’t Even Gonna Admit That Y’all Was WrongMan facepalming Reversed hand with middle finger extendedOutta Here That’s Not What Real Men Do & It’s Boys Like @KodakBlack1k & @BOOSIEOFFICIAL That Fuck Children’s Minds Up!”
Press play on “Nightmare Before Christmas” below.
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