Kodak Black is wasting no time dropping music this holiday season. Fresh off from releasing “Zombie” during Halloween, the 22-year-old rapper looks to December to finish off the year with a new cut titled “Harriet Tubman.” The Dyryk and Lemonade Playboy-produced single is the first off of Kodak Black’s upcoming third studio album, Kill Bill. It also arrives just one month following Kodak Black’s sentencing to almost three years in prison for federal weapons charges.
Moreover, this single echoes a lot of social reflection in relation to what Kodak sees about modern day slavery in other forms. He says on the hook:
Feel like Harriet Tubman
I ain’t stop, I kept runnin’, they was actin’ funny
I said the money train coming, I feel like Harriet Tubman
I was posted on the Ugly, I was caught in tracks
Came back with some money
Listen to the entire track above. In other music news, Drake just sat down with Rap Radar for an in-depth 2-hour interview about Psha-T, Kanye West, JAY-Z and more.
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