Last month, Kodak Black dropped off his latest project Before The Album, which came with 11 tracks and additional features from Syko Bob, SnapKatt, Hotboii, 438 Tok, Rico Cartel, Wally From 1800, and Lil Baby. Today (Sept. 9), the Floridian star unveils a new visual from said release for the opening cut “Versatile 3,” the third installment of a song series previously heard on 2017’s Project Baby 2 and Project Baby 2: All Grown Up, respectively. Produced by Peso Piddy, DJ Patt, and KasimGotJuice, “Versatile 3” sees Kodak rapping about his spoils, and what sets himself apart from his peers:
“Kodak bought a Wraith, say lil Kodak bought a Wraith, and I keep the best Molly comin’ outer space, Scat Pack orray, I paint it matte black today, and I got the freshest cars in the USA, Tesla painted grape, I only drive it Saturday, in your natural state, you look better by the way, hip hip hooray, I bought a sick whip today, bust down Patek face, you think I’m playin patty cake...”
The accompanying visual — directed by KillerJack and Kodak himself — keeps with the song’s theme, mainly in regards to Kodak’s wide array of vehicles. In addition to other, more behind the scenes-styled shots of the “Zeze” rapper, viewers can also see an unknown individual living it up with some women in a hotel suite.
In addition to Before The Album, this year has seen Kodak Black liberating the well-received projects Haitian Boy Kodak and Happy Birthday Kodak, along with a slew of notable collaborations alongside Jacquees, Lil Keed, Yo Gotti, Rylo Rodriguez, Pooh Shiesty, Rod Wave, Coi Leray, YNW Melly, and more. During a recent Rolling Loud performance, Kodak announced that his next offering, Halloween Bill Kodak, would be making landfall sometime in October.
In the meantime, you can check out “Versatile 3” and — if you missed it — Before The Album.