Kodak Black aims to drop a new album, host his second annual music festival and release a short film all within the next few weeks.
On Monday night, May 22, the Florida native shared a trailer for his upcoming short film The Don. 'Yak and veteran Clifton Powell star in the film, which appears to follow the artist as he makes moves throughout his city. In the caption for the trailer, the "Super Gremlin" rapper offers his fans a chance to catch an exclusive screening of the film before it drops on May 26. It will arrive on the same day as his new album, Pistolz & Pearlz.
"THANX to EVERYONE THATS BEEN ON THIS JOURNEY WITH ME LUVIN & THUGGIN !" Kodak wrote about his upcoming album. "I COULDNT FIND PEACE WITHOUT ALL THE VIOLENCE @atlanticrecords It’s Been Well !!! Nothing But Gratitude & The Utmost Respect ☝️"
Kodak Black shared the details of his final album with Atlantic Records last week. The project is set to contain 21 tracks featuring collaborations with EST Gee, Lil Crix, VVSNCE, Syko Bob and more. His latest single "No Love For a Thug," which dropped last month, will also appear on the the album. It serves as the follow-up to his 2022 LP Kutthroat Bill: Vol. 1.
Kodak Black's upcoming album and accompanying film will arrive just in time for the second annual Kodak Black Day Festival in his hometown. The Sniper Gang founder shared the details for his festival, which falls on his birthday June 11. Unlike last year's event, 'Yak added a car and bike show element to his festival. He also announced the grand opening of his new Hot Box smoke shop in Wynwood, which goes down May 27 right after his album drops. Check out all the details below.