Kodak Black and Drake prepare.
While speaking with reporters at a press conference for the first Kodak Black Day music festival in his hometown of Pompano Beach, the “Super Gremlin” rapper revealed that he and the 6 God were in the studio for work on music.
“Me and Drake have more music,” Kodak teased, according to iHeartRadio. “It’s really lit whenever bruh feels ready and all.”
It’s unclear how many songs they recorded, but Kodak hinted that it could end up being an entire project. “They say, ‘Did we go and release the album? Are we going to do this? It’s really on him. We have a lot of songs though,” he said.
The two have shown love for each other in the past. “We talk a lot behind the scenes and sh*t,” Kodak told “The Breakfast Club” in February.
Drake, who offered Kodak $250,000 in Bitcoin, praised Yak. “You really have it all for this generation and the next if we’re being honest,” he told her in January.
Before he and Drake drop their collaboration, Kodak prepares his own album Guns N’ Roses. “I’m gonna drop this Guns N’ Roses then,” he said.
He also talked about his collaboration with Kendrick Lamar on Mr. Morale and Big Steps. “I appreciate that boy recognizing me and all that,” Kodak said. “And him, a Gemini like me. I just know it’s real. It’s a real one and I appreciate it.