Following the release of “Haitian Scarface” in August, Kodak Black has returned with two new tracks in the form of a dual release: “Walk/Spin.”
Though most of Kodak’s recent releases have only been available on YouTube, these latest cuts, produced by Tye Beats, are available to stream on digital streaming platforms. Notably, “Walk” was released with an independent music video directed by KillerJack.
“I f*** all my b****** the same/Turned in the jet for a Range/I did the dash like Dame/She see my wrist, it say dang,” Kodak raps. “Audemars fresh out the pen/Walk and whip and walk around the kitchen with the pot right in my hand.”
Earlier this year, Kodak released his fourth studio album, Back For Everything, which debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 albums chart in March. Marking his fourth charting in the top 10, the record includes 19 tracks with only one feature from Lil Durk on “Take You Back.” Since then, the rapper has featured on several tracks, including NoCap’s “Save the Day,” Kendrick Lamar‘s “Silent Hill,” Hotboii’s “Live Life Die Faster” and DJ Khaled‘s “It Ain’t Safe.”
Listen to Kodak Black’s dual-released “Walk/Spin” below, and watch his official “Walk” visual above.
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