Kodak Black flexes his one of a kind conveyance on “Z Look Jamaican,” a champion off his new “Haitian Boy Kodak” collection.
Kodak Black is as of now hoping to have a productive year, following up his new collection Bill Israel with another new undertaking in Haitian Boy Kodak. An independent exhibit checking in at eight tracks, one of the early champions turns out to be “Z Look Jamaican,” created by the aggregate gifts of Dyryk, FnZ, Keanu Beats, Snapz and AMENT. Together, they trim Kodak with a vibey and melodic instrumental, one that utilizes capricious instrumentals to incredible impact.
There’s a uniqueness in Kodak’s style that probably won’t agree with everybody, but at the same time it’s essential for why the youthful rapper has held a particularly steadfast after. “You can’t think about me, in any case, the weed you smell, it ain’t trash,” he raps, energetically stunning his stream. “The mademoiselle in her 40s/The Z a Rastafarian, the Z look Rastafarian.” Should you see the value in what Kodak brings to the table, make certain to look at “Z Look Jamaican,” just as the sum of Haitian Boy Kodak here.