YAK STAYS ON THE MOVE
Kodak Black has been rather erratic in his past and definitely seems like a no-nonsense guy with a very wild side. Sometimes he says things that are inappropriate but has a great, giving heart. He has given air condition units to his community when it gets extra hot in Florida, helps many underprivileged people, and has done tons of charity work. He has been making a lot of changes in his life and you can hear it in some of his music where he tries to explain some of his actions. Kodak is seriously now going to college. He recently revealed he is planning on making the push for higher learning, saying he has enrolled in Arizona State University. “Arizona beennn one of my states fun fact: I’m really enrolled in ASU college after getting my GED in jail. I’m jus in love wit applying myself although money so long I can teach the school something,” said Kodak.
Another thing Kodak is into on the low is Real Estate. He has an investment purchase home in Pompano Beach and bought the property at 1511-1547 Hammondville Road. The company Dina & Eman Inc. sold the 0.7-acre property and it includes a nearly 4,000-square-foot building and a 4,900-square-foot building. Both are single-story commercial buildings constructed in the late 1950s. Kodak is considering renovating one and could tear down the other and build a new retail building.
KODAK COLLABS & MORE
Kodak has collaborated with Gucci Mane recently on a new song called “King Snipe.” Gucci also posted some clips of the “King Snipe” visual while confidently declaring the track “another classic.” “Shit, I love Guwop though—Zuwop, ’cause I’m a big Z, ya heard me?” Yak says at the beginning of the song. “Shoutout to Gucci, I think of my dad.”
Gucci and Kodak have a long list of collaborations, including 2016’s “Vibin in This Bih,” 2018’s “Wake Up in the Sky” with Bruno Mars, 2019’s “Big Boy Diamonds,” and 2020’s “I Knew It.” In late October, Kodak delivered his fifth studio album Kutthroat Bill: Vol. 1 as well.
KODAK ON THE RUNWAY IN PARIS, SQUASHING BEEF & MORE
Yes, you read right the Super-Gremlin himself has been on the move and was wearing a whole lot of exclusive, fly Louis Vuitton clothing before actually walking the runway with his collaboration with menswear designer Doni Nahmias. As we all know, Paris Fashion Week is a big deal, but Kodak has been involved in Fashion Week before, just not in Paris. The kid is a bonafide star. The show happened on January 22, with Kodak unveiling a 10-piece ensemble inspired by retro clothing, music and the rapper’s own personal lyrics, and more. While he was walking through the show, he performed his song “Super Gremlin” while wearing a purple faux-fur coat painted with lyrics from his personal notebook where he wrote his songs. Not sure if you guys know this but Kodak is actually the leader of his Sniper-Gang records and has several NY acts you already know.
The beautiful part about me reporting this is Kodak saying this “I’m Sitting In Paris Like WOW I Really Made It Out The Projects Forreal,” Kodak wrote. Though we don't agree with Kodak's feelings towards Trump, Yak did have some issues with NBA YoungBoy as well. The two actually called each other via FaceTime and they laughed things out and it was over petty things like the idea of a past tour theme, etc but nothing crazy. Salute to Kodak for making the right moves. Erratic and definitely a "Super Gremlin" but you are to be commended.