Kodak Black has just dropped a brand new single titled “Vultures Cry 2,” featuring WizDaWizard and Mike Smiff. Back in February, the Florida rapper released “Because of You” just before his three-year prison sentence, and while the Florida rapper approaches his early release, visuals for the new track sees Kodak rendered in CGI.
Measuring at approximately three minutes and a half, the song embodies a nocturnal mid-tempo groove made up of whirling synths and punchy 808 basslines. Kodak opens up the track with the first verse, penning sobering lyrics about his time spent in his cell and in self-reflection with lines like “I was sleeping’ on the bunk, eating’ Sloppy Joes / You could tell I’m from the No’ tell I’m gettin’ dough” and “I done been ran it up, been with the stacks / I done been leveled up, been have the sack / Like I been here before, spittin’ truth, facts / I’ve done been there before and I ain’t goin’ back.” WizDaWizard and Mike Smiff come through with the next set of verses, followed by Kodak’s chorus at the end of the song.
Scroll above for a look at Kodak Black’s new single “Vultures Cry 2,” featuring WizDaWizard and Mike Smiff.
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