Kodak Black has remixed Drake and Beyoncé’s “Can I.” Despite that fact that it isn’t an official release, it hasn’t stopped the visuals.
I think it’s collab season. Kodak Black and Plies released a joint mixtape on Halloween titled F.E.M.A. which stands for Finesse, Elevate, Motivate, Achieve. Coincidentally, it’s also the acronym of the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
Kodak Black is clearly in the Halloween spirit with the release of his new single “Halloween” out now on iTunes and Apple Music.
Back in August of last year, Kodak Black was accused of sexual assault in Florence County, S.C. Now, a grand jury has officially indicted him for first degree criminal sexual conduct, reports WBDE.
Three years after Kodak Black dropped “No Flockin” which become his first big hit in South Florida, he has finally followed with “No Flockin 2 (Bodak Orange)”.
Florida rapper Kodak Black (Dieuson Octaveis) is facing up to eight years behind bars if prosecutors can prove he assaulted a bartender while on probation or a possible six years if they can only prove […]
Despite still being behind bars for probation violation, Kodak Black released his first major label debut album on Thursday night (March 30). Painting Pictures features “Tunnel Vision” and “Too Many Years,” both of which Black […]
While Kodak Black continues with his real life court saga for violating probation, he drops a video for his PnB Rock-collaboration “Too Many Years.”