Earlier this month, Kodak Black returned to the proverbial fold with Haitian Boy Kodak, which contains eight top quality cuts from the Florida star. Fans have already been blessed with dope visuals from said project for “Basement on Fire” and “Z Look Jamaican” — for his latest, Kodak keeps the momentum going with another clip for “Dirty K,” a Nick Seeley, DzyOnDaBeat, and KasimGotJuice-produced offering that sees the rapper revealing honest thoughts about a few of his fellow peers:
“I got a song with Post Malone but I ain’t heard it yet, I be hoping one day he release it, I be wishing I can keep my freedom ... my lil’ brother YoungBoy told me he look up to me, I don’t know why but he been feeling like it’s fuck me now, bout to call him, tryna see what all this fussing ‘bout ... Meek Mill told me I should have at least fifty M’s, but what’s the point in you telling me if you ain’t gon’ help me get it?”
Directed by SkinnyWhiteBoi and Benny Flash, the accompanying clip for “Dirty K” is mainly centered around Kodak on a runway, chilling on a private jet, counting money, and otherwise just dancing while he brings his lyrics to life on the digital medium. Elsewhere, he shows off his Maybach truck while flanked by heavily-armed security.
Haitian Boy Kodak follows last year’s Bill Israel, Kodak’s third official LP that was released during his incarceration — one that, fortunately for him, came to an end thanks to a pardon from departing president Donald Trump. Bill Israel saw 11 tracks, with additional features from Tory Lanez, Jackboy, Gucci Mane, CBE, and Lil Yachty. Despite the minimal promotion, the album did land Kodak on Billboard 200 and Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts.
Press play on “Dirty K” below.