Kodak drops off new 8-track extended play
Kodak Black gives his fans a treat with his first post-prison project, Haitian Boy Kodak, an 8-song EP. It arrives a few days since Kodak first announced it, on May 11.
While Kodak doesn’t include any features, production on the EP is handled by the likes of d.a. got that dope, Don Corleon, Goose the Guru, Jason Silber, KasimGotJuice, Murda Beatz, and more.
The new EP is the follow-up to Bill Israel, a full-length project that was released last year while Yak was serving his prison bid. HBK is also the rapper’s second EP since Psychotic, Iconic EP 2, released in late 2017.
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Towards the end of last month, April 29, the 23-year old Florida native avoided prison time after he entered a plea deal in his 2016 sexual assault case involving a high school girl. After pleading guilty, the “Tunnel Vision” artist was charged with a lesser assault and battery charge, and he was sentenced to a suspended 10-year sentence and 18 months probation.
Listen to Kodak’s latest effort below.