Kodak Black is back with a bang with the release of his brand new body of work titled Haitian Boy Kodak, featuring eight amazing tracks from the Floridian star. Apart from the release of the EP, Kodak decided to unleash an amazing visual for the track called “Basement on Fire,” which was produced by RBP, Rayan, Dyryk, Goose the Guru, and ARNOLDISDEAD and showcases Kodak rapping regarding women and street.
The video was directed by Cotto Over Did It and includes several dark turns, as a priest attempts to exorcise demons out Kodak, while many masked men hold severed heads and stand behind him. Another location shows Kodak performing his lyrics and his crew joins. In the end, Kodak leaves a building that he may have set on fire.Haitian Boy Kodak comes after last year’s Bill Israel, which was the third official LP of Kodak, which he released when in captivity. That project features 11 tracks and appearances by Tory Lanez, Jackboy, Gucci Mane, CBE, and Lil Yachty. Very recently, Kodak lent his voice for YNE Melly’s “Thugged Out”.