Kodak Black has just dropped his major label debut, Painting Pictures.

Although the Florida rapper remains in jail for violating his probation, it hasn't stopped his  anticipated album from receiving a lot of attention. The project follows last year's Lil Big Pac, and at 18-tracks features Kodak attempting to achieve what the album title suggests-- paint vivid pictures of his experiences.

The album is anchored by appearances from Bun B, Future, Jeezy and Young Thug, as well as the politically-charged video, "Tunnel Vision," which has over 90 million views on Youtube and was produced by Metro Boomin.

Just yesterday, Kodak released the documentary trailer for the album, Project Baby, which is also out today.

“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," the 19 year-old says in the clip. "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.”

Listen to Painting Pictures below.


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