Kodak Black continues his prolific run; following the December release of his self-directed video for "From the Cradle," the Florida superstar serves up a brand new single titled "Pimpin Ain’t Eazy," debuting the record via its official music video. Kodak Black has been consistently dropping new videos since being released from prison late last summer, and it looks like he’s moving forward with that strategy going into 2019 and beyond.
In the track, the 21-year-old artist’s lyrics go: "Kodak don’t show no remorse, I be automatic tryin’ get a n***a touched / Kodak on tour, with his boys, say they got a whole gun store on the bus / Missy Elliott, come and sex me / Hoppin’ off a jet, to a check, to a jetski," Kodak Black raps. "I beatbox a n***a like the music / I’m thuggin’ in my Reebok, I never need Gucci / I don’t even see the confusion / I’m f*ckin’ Young M.A., long as she got a coochie / Say she got the strap and the toolie, say she put the crack in her booty."
You can check out Kodak Black’s new video for his latest track "Pimpin Ain’t Eazy" above. Considering the rate at which he’s been releasing music and visuals in recent months, expect much more in the very near future. Previously, he also put together a vignette for another new record, the holiday-themed "Christmas in Miami."
A couple months ago, Kodak Black released his most recent full-length studio album, Dying to Live. Made up of 14 songs, Dying to Live also featured contributions from Travis Scott, Offset, Lil Pump and Juice WRLD.