Kodak Black Remixes Drake & Beyonce's "Can I"

The South Florida rapper also provides accompanying visuals.

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The last month or so has been a busy time for Kodak Black, seeing him deliver a collaborative Halloween mixtape with Plies, drop a politically charged track with Chicago’s Dreezy, and now release another new song with accompanying visuals.

The new song, titled “201519971800’, sees the Florida rapper remix the Drake and Beyoncé track “Can I” and while the collaborative effort was never officially released, Young Kodak decides to put the beat to good use. The visuals find the rapper spitting bars to a scantily clad female on a dark and stormy night — you can watch the video above.

In other music news, Beyonce has been ranked the highest-paid woman in music.

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