Kodak Black and XXXTENTACION shine on "Roll In Peace."
Since he burst onto the scene, fan response to Kodak Black and his music was more or less divisive. Some felt that the Floridian emcee was one of hip-hop's most promising up-and-comers, while others felt he embodied what they believed to be a decaying quality of hip-hop culture.
Still, after his promising but flawed Painting Pictures, Kodak continued to drop consistently fire music, culminating in the release of his highly anticipated Project Baby 2. The album dropped this morning, and from the first track it's clear that Kodak is coming out swinging.
With consistent production from criminally underrated London On Da Track, Project Baby 2 seems like it could very well be a transitional album for Kodak, helping convince some of his most ardent detractors to change teams. It might be surprising to some that one of the best songs is a collaboration with the notorious Members Only ring-leader XXXTENTACION, who is probably twenty times more divisive than Kodak ever was.