"When Vultures Cry" was one of the fan-favorite songs from Kodak Black's Heartbreak Kodak mixtape. A follow-up track has officially been released in celebration of the incarcerated rapper on his birthday.
For yet another year, Kodak Black is spending his birthday in prison. The rapper announced that he would be releasing new music this week, calling on two lesser-known artists and putting them on.
For "Vultures Cry 2," Kodak covers the chorus and part of the first verse, allowing room for his youngins to showcase their skills later in the track. The video shows members of the Sniper Gang crew representing for their boy mixed in with shots of vultures flying in the sky.
Kodak Black has finally been receiving some good news from his lawyer as it was revealed that multiple weapons charges were dropped from his file in Florida. The judge in his case also admitted that a clerical error was made during his sentencing, possibly giving fans hope that he could be coming home soon.
Listen to the new song below and let us know what you think.
You could tell I'm from the North, tell I'm gettin' dough
I been damned if I don't pull up in a Ghost
I done been ran it up, been with the stacks
I done been leveled up, been had a sack
Like I been here before, spittin' truth, facts
I've done been there before and I ain't goin' back