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Kodak Black Hints At New Album To Fans



Kodak Black Shooting Was No Assassination Attempt, The Artist Says
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Kodak Black is already teasing his next album. The rapper went on Instagram Live to tease fans about the new album, which is called Kutthroat Bill, a nod to his Monkey Island-inspired nickname.

Along with the title, he also named some potential features on the record. The names include  Lil Uzi VertLil BabyLil DurkYo Gotti42 Dugg, EST Gee and Trippie Redd. There is also some new names in the rap game including rising Babyface Ray, Rylo Rodrigez, DDG and 22Gz, who Kodak named the “King of New York.”

Last month, Kodak Black also teased a collaboration with Ed Sheeran, who may be on the deluxe version of the album. “My Song With Ed Sheeran So Fye. I’m Tryna Decide Should I Put It On This Album Or My Album In August,” he tweeted. In celebration of the collaboration, he gifted Sheeran with an 1800 block gold chain.

Back For Everything

Kutthroat Bill serves as the follow-up to his recently released album Back For Everything. The album debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 after earning 60,000 album-equivalent units in its first week. The album features 19 tracks and includes collaborations with Lil Durk and Free Cool.

Kodak Black Shoots His Shot

With his most recent album debuting at #2, Kodak then shot his shot at Kim Kardashian. He posted on Instagram with a side-by-side photo of him and the newly single but taken Kardashian, with the caption “You Need a Real N-gga Out Dat Pompanoya Bae,” Kodak explained to Kim. “Ain’t Even Gone Play, Real Gansta @kimkardashian.”

This follows shortly after Black revealed his feelings for DreamDoll on Valentine’s Day. While DreamDoll remained silent and rejected him, he spoke out about his heartbreak. “Me and shorty had like a little history and shit like throwback and shit before she had any kind of motion and then girls like they forget,” Kodak explained. “They get them a few dollars, and they over you.”  Kardashian has not responded to Black since. 

Written By: Roy Lott

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