The project will feature the likes of Young Thug, Bun B, and Future.
Kodak Black was gushing with pride in his latest Twitter posting. Last night, Kodak Black announced his intentions to drop his forthcoming album next month, this after making similar claims in the month October. But this time, Kodak isn't pussy-footing around. His second studio project will be titled DYING TO LIVE and will feature contributions from Future, Young Thug, Bun B, Young Jeezy, and more.
DYING TO LIVE will be released on December 14 via Atlanta Records, the label responsible for heeding him A&R responsibilities under the guise of his Sniper Gang outfit. The final draft of the album will include all the singles we have to come witness in recent months: "Take One" and "If I’m Lyin, I’m Flyin" and the viral sensation "ZEZE."
The project is official follow-up to his other Atlantic-backed full-length album, Painting Pictures, which produced a series of fan-favorite cuts including the infectious "Tunnel Vision" produced by Metro Boomin. So instead of an Autumnal release, Kodak fans will have to make do with a flourishing Xmas miracle. News of DYING TO LIVE December 14 release directly coincides with the unveiling of his "ZEZE" music video with Travis and Offset.
There Kodak and director Father Steve employ slapstick to great effect, except the scene narrative never really takes off, and we're left with a blooper reel for a finished product. Are you excited for December 14th?