After being released from prison, Black was reinvigorated in his music. The young Floridian started recording immediately, crafting the project his fans have been craving. Black's absence from the hip-hop scene overall has allowed several other Floridian artists to rise up in his shadow. Now, he's back to reassert himself as the dominant force in the Sunshine State. Dying To Live runs for 16 tracks and features guest appearances from Offset, Juice WRLD, Travis Scott, and Lil Pump. The minimal amount of features gives Black an entire canvas to create his vision.
Dying To Live exudes an air of pain and patience. Black is currently facing charges, and his feelings about the allegations were made blatantly clear when he spoke to Ebro this weel. After the radio personality attempted to dig deeper into the case, Black left the show early. That same attitude--raw emotion and disregard for those who disrespect him-- can be heard on Dying To Live. Stream Kodak's new album on Spotify and Apple Music.