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Kodak Black recruits Sykobob, WizdaWizard, and Wam SpinThaBin for “Righteous Reapers”

The collaboration also sees a matching visual.

Kodak Black
Kodak Black
Video screenshot/KTM

Kodak Black continues to deliver dope tunes following his Trump-mandated release from prison. His latest is “Righteous Reapers,” which sees him introducing the world to his compadres Sykobob, WizdaWizard, and Wam SpinThaBin — all of whom hold their own with bars about the streets:

“I beat the block with no high beams opp-drop, bad bitch, I dropski, load up and squeeze cheese, bitch I walk down, don’t use beams, bitch I pop out like Popeyes and that foreigner be that dirty ride, I’m the landlord in Broward County, I collect shit and drop shit BSO know they can’t stop shit.../”

Courtesy of KTB Media (or Kutthroat Businezz, which Kodak apparently owns), an accompanying clip sees the Floridian rappers performing their non-fiction verses in a church under heavy red lighting. They can also be seen delivering their hard-hitting subject matter at an unknown outside location.

Kodak’s third studio album, Bill Isreal, was released last year during his incarceration, and contained 11 tracks with additional features from Tory Lanez, Jackboy, Gucci Mane, CBE, and Lil Yachty, the last of whom more recently connected with Kodak on “Hit Bout It.” Prior to that, the Broward County emcee liberated Dying To Live, a notable release given it’s massive success — it earned Kodak his first number one placement on the Billboard 200 thanks to 89,000 album equivalent units sold during its first week, subsequently reaching Platinum status.

A man who’s more than familiar with the criminal justice system, Kodak recently took to Instagram Live to speak on YoungBoy Never Broke Again’s recent arrest, showing support to his southern peer:

“Nah, I ain’t happy YB went to jail ... Fuck I’m happy he went to jail for? That was my lil bruh at one point, nahmsayin’? The fuck I’m happy for? We street niggas, that could be anybody.”

Press play on “Righteous Reapers” below.

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