Fresh off his late Summer release from prison after a seven month stint on charges of possession of marijuana, possession of a weapon by a felon and probation violation, Kodak Black has picked up where he left off – with hits.
From the release of his highly-anticipated collaboration with Travis Scott and Offset, “ZEZE,” to his introspective single, “Testimony,” where he reflects on his past struggles with substance abuse and how his troubled past has shaped his future, Black is just days away from the release of his sophomore LP.
In an interview with Baller Alert, the Florida-bred rapper opened up about his new album, “Dying to Live,” and expressed his excitement for the December 14th release. He then opened up about rumors of an engagement to City Girls’ Yung Miami, which turned out to be a stunt for a music video.
“Til death do you part, sniper gang,” he said. “I’m married to the money.”
As Black continued, he discussed his own experience behind bars, in which he received his GED and promised to change his ways, and shared his thoughts on Tekashi69’s current legal situation.
“They know what they doing,” he said
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