Kodak Black airs out his sentiments on his most recent record, “Closure.”
As 2021 reaches a conclusion, it’s hard not to fail to remember that this is that very year that Kodak Black was delivered, kindness of a chief request endorsed by Donald Trump. It was unquestionably an odd starting to the year yet obviously Yak hasn’t underestimated these minutes. The Florida rapper has been conveying a binge of music this year to apparently compensate for some recent setbacks including Sniper Gang Presents Syko weave and Snapkatt: Nightmare Babies which has a weighty presence from Kodak.
This week, the rapper got back with a pristine single named, “Conclusion.” Taking on a more slow speed, Kodak gets into his weak side as he subtleties unwaveringness and treachery, regardless of whether it’s dear companions like Jackboy who’ve seemed to walk out on him (Cause you shouting free me and SG on ya pendant/Even however I ain’t need it, you could’ve sent ya dawg a penny) or the people who weren’t monitoring him while he was secured (You can’t have yo’ n***a in jail feeling hurt).