Kodak Black becomes an “Oracle” in new visual

Earlier this month, Kodak Black dropped off his latest project Haitian Boy Kodak, which contains eight new tracks from the Floridian emcee. Presumably looking to keep the momentum going, Kodak liberates a new visual from said release for “Oracle,” a track that originally saw him rapping about his incarceration and street life in both english and creole:

“I went to sleep today thinking about my nigga Flipper, I was in the streets all day, try not to remember, I’m heavy contemplating, I don’t know if I should send the hitter, somebody tell ‘em stop playing with him before I kill him, yo pale mwen mal, yo pale nou mal, they be forgetting to tell you how I went and got it, I’m on a whole other wave, ain’t promoting violence…”

Taking a creative turn, the accompanying clip begins with a congo drummer performing upon Kodak’s arrival, before he precedes to perform his ghetto poems of sorts with the assistance of a guitarist.

“Oracle” follows recently released videos from Haitian Boy Kodak for “Basement on Fire,” “Z Look Jamaican,” and “Dirty K.” Outside of that campaign, Kodak has also been spending his Trump-ordained freedom from prison blessing his fans with loose singles like “Last Day In,” “Every Balmain,” “Righteous Reapers” with Sykobob, WizdaWizard, and Wam SpinThaBin, “Easter In Miami,” “Thugged Out” with YNW Melly, and “Rip Stick” with foe-turned-ally Pooh Shiesty. His last official LP, Bill Israel, made landfall last November during his incarceration, and saw 11 tracks with contributions from Tory Lanez, Gucci Mane, Lil Yachty, Jackboy, and CBE. Currently, he’s said to be putting the finished touches on the forthcoming drop Happy Birthday Kodak, which — as you’d probably guess — is touching down on his 24th birthday (June 11).

Until that day arrives, fans can enjoy Kodak’s “Oracle” video below.

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