Black shows his softer side.
Earlier this month, Kodak Black dropped off his Dying To Live album to critical acclaim from the hip-hop community. The young Floridian matured nicely, and delivered a heartfelt, emotional, gripping, but yet fun project. Now that Black has reasserted himself as the young Floridian on the top of the totem pole, he's dived into blessing the world with visuals off Dying To Live.
Black's latest visual endeavor is for the song “From the Cradle.” In the self-directed video, Kodak Black spends more time displaying his softer side than usual. Although the video does feature typical scenes of Black with his crew mobbing out, he takes time to highlight the dynamics of a relationship. That same giddiness that he illustrated on The Breakfast Club when he was asked if he really liked his girl is on full display here. From smoking blunts in the comfort of his home with his lady, to walking around with his arms wrapped around her, Black takes no shame is showing fans how he treats a woman.