Earlier this month, Hotboii delivered his latest body of work Life Of A Hotboii, which sees 17 tracks and additional features from 42 Dugg, Moneybagg Yo, Lil Tjay, Future, 438 Tok, and Kodak Black, the last of whom provided his talents for the 1040 and Dzimi-produced standout “Record First.” Just prior to the holiday weekend, the Orlando emcee liberated a visual for “Record First,” which sees him and his Pompano Beach counterpart focused on creating music before anything:
“Climbing okay, slanging 9 for the 9 okay, okay, okay, that’s what I’m tryna do but I’m tryna record first, all these funny bitch wanna fuck don’t do no lovin’, that’s what I’m tryna do but I’m tryna record first, tryna get behind me, got the opps finna hit him on the head with an AR like he Luigi, that’s some I gotta do, I can’t even record first, don’t do no sleep my bed, don’t ever see me, remind me of Stevie, that’s what I learned not do, it turned me to a monster…”
Directed by Killer Jack and Herve Mompoint, the accompanying clip sees Kodak and Hotboii living life in the strip club, complete with the imagery that might not be safe for work. The duo can also be seen flexing top tier vehicles outside and keeping the vibes up in the studio.
Life Of A Hotboii follows a couple of well-received projects from Hotboii — 2020 saw the “Sick Of Cell” star dropping the projects Kut Da Fan On and Double O Baby, both of which boasted collaborations alongside Plies, LPB Poody, Toosii, Pooh Shiesty, and Toosii. Meanwhile, Kodak has arguably become the most prolific artist of 2021 — Haitian Boy Kodak and Happy Birthday Kodak are only a couple of the drops delivered by the Atlantic-signed artist.
Check out “Record First” below.
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