Kodak Black has not only released his major label debut album, Painting Pictures, he's also dropped the full version of his accompanying documentary, Project Baby.

The nearly 30-minute documentary details the 19 year-old's life growing up in Pompano Beach and his rise in the music industry. It also touches on his current legal issues, as he's currently in jail for violating his probation. The documentary features interviews with Kodak, his childhood friends and his family members.

“A n—- blood raw with it. I don’t sugarcoat,” he said. “I talk about the struggle, I talk about how I got it now … I talk about everything,” Kodak says of the documentary. “Even if you haven’t been through none of that sh–, when you listening to my sh– you gonna feel like you been though it. It’s like a movie. I feel like we in this movie right now. I don’t rap I illustrate.”

Take a look at the documentary above.

 

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