Kodak Black has just shared his first single, "There He Go," since he posted bond and was released from a South Carolina jail on $100,000 bond last week.

The video, directed by YungMik3, shows the 19 year-old at home, rapping about how he "just got out about a day ago"—which in his case, was a literal observation. The track was produced by Dubba-AA, and generally finds Kodak appreciating his current freedom, as he raps, "I'm so lit, don't need no Auto-tune."

Kodak Black had previously released a freestyle, "Jail House Blues" while he was still behind bars, which found him introspective and reflective.  “Take up my prayers even though I’m confined / They call me 1K cause I’m one of a kind / I’m Kodak Black, young and I’m in my prime / Like a lil boat, I’ma bode my time,” he rapped. “I ain’t had no guidance so I was committing crimes / “Ain’t had no daddy and that’s my reason why.”

The rapper is currently on house arrest and is awaiting trial for sexual battery charges. Check out the video above.


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