Last month, Kodak Black blessed his fans with his latest project Haitian Boy Kodak, an eight-track EP that’s already spawned a slew of visuals for “Basement On Fire,” “Z Look Jamaican,” “Dirty K,” and “Oracle.” This week, the Floridian star unloads another clip for “Don’t Leave Me,” which sees production from Brianxwhite, Jason Silber, and E-Flat and acts as a heartfelt ode to his real life significant other:
“You get my undivided attention when I be in town, you know you count on me, like basketball I’ma be around, I’m on the block, gotta get my chips up, I’ll see you late, and you know once I get my chips up, I’ll Frito Lay, I’ll spend a million and a half so I can free lil’ Cool, Bae, let me fuck you in your ass before I let you loose...”
Courtesy of 20K Visuals, the accompanying clip shows Kodak spending quality time with his love interest. In addition to solo shots, the rapper and his co-star can be seen playing tennis together, enjoying a meal outside, and more — at one point, he even adds to his affection by gifting her with a necklace that’s presumably the cost of a sizable house.
Aside from the aforementioned new release, Kodak has also recently liberated loose cuts like “Last Day In,” “Every Balmain,” “Righteous Reapers” with Sykobob, WizdaWizard, and Wam SpinThaBin, “Easter In Miami,” “Thugged Out” with YNW Melly, and “Rip Stick” with Pooh Shiesty. His last official LP, Bill Israel, dropped late last year while he was still incarcerated, complete with 11 tracks and additional contributions from Tory Lanez, Gucci Mane, Lil Yachty, Jackboy, and CBE. Currently, he’s said to be preparing for Happy Birthday Kodak, another 2020 effort that’s expected to be released on June 11 — Kodak’s 24th revolution around the sun.
Enjoy Kodak’s new video below.