Since his release from prison, we haven't heard a whole lot of music from Kodak Black, but we could only assume that he's cooking up a new project. He released a few songs over the past month such as his collaboration with Gucci Mane and Bruno Mars and his single, "If I'm Flyin I'm Lyin." However, the song that's had the biggest impact so far is his new collaboration with Travis Scott and Offset, "Zeze." 

Kodak Black's new track with Travis Scott and Offset made a surprising debut on the Billboard Hot 100 this week. Young Kodak's new track debuted at number 2 on the chart this month. It's an impressive feat, especially since it exceeded initial projections. The song began building anticipation after a snippet of the D.A. Doman-produced beat surfaced in a clip of Kodak and Travis Scott in the studio together. It later ended up becoming a meme, but fans were still eager to heat the island-influenced track with the three Southern rappers.

Aside from Kodak, Drake and Bad Bunny also made an impressive debut on the Billboard Hot 100. Their collaboration, "MIA" debuted at number 5 of the chart. It's not that shocking considering Drake's track-record this year. This marks Bad Bunny's second top 10 single after "I Like It" with Cardi B and J Balvin. Drake also continues to expand his record for most top 10 singles for a male soloist.