Kodak Black Releases Four New Tracks Including ‘Down South’ [LISTEN]
Kodak Black is a very busy guy. On Saturday (Oct. 28), the Florida rapper dropped not one, not two, not three, but four new tracks for his fans to enjoy.
The first one that caught our ears is “Down South,” a rap ballad where Kodak spits romantic lyrics to a distance lover over Lloyd and Ashanti 2004 song, "Southside.” The second is “Snap Shit,” a track that originally leaked online back in August 2016. On this newer version, Kodak spits a new second verse.
The third song is “Roll n Peace 2,” another love ballad, this time with Kodak spitting rhymes over Usher and Ludacris' “Lovers and Friends.” Finally, “Right Now” is your basic Kodak Black tune with the “Lockjaw” rapper delivering nonsensical rhymes.
Aside from getting busy in the studio, Kodak will embark on a U.S. trek next month. "The Project Baby Tour" kicks off on Nov. 5 in Royal Oak, Mich., and wraps up on Dec. 22 in Boise, Idaho. You can peep Kodak Black's tour itinerary and his new songs below.