As promised, Kodak Black and Plies have released their collaborative F.E.M.A. project. F.E.M.A.—an acronym for Finesse, Elevate, Motivate, Achieve—features 10 new tracks from the Florida artists and zero features.
The tape is available now for free download via DatPiff:
And/or you can stream the project in full on Kodak Black's official YouTube channel:
Tuesday also saw the release of the official video for Kodak Black and Plies' "Too Much Money." Over the summer, the two teased F.E.M.A. with the single "Real Hitta."
On the eve of the most important night of the year, Kodak Black also shared a new solo one-off entitled "Halloween." The track arrived just two days after Kodak dropped four new songs "cuz I'm bored," including "Roll N Peace 2" and "Snap Shit."
Earlier this month, Kodak Black was indicted by a grand jury in Florence County, South Carolina on first-degree sexual conduct charges. Last year, the Project Baby 2 artist was arrested after an alleged sexual assault at a hotel. According to WPDE, the alleged assault was first reported to a school nurse in Richland County before a school resource officer informed the Florence County Sheriff's Office.
In a statement to Billboard's Nerisha Penrose at the time, Kodak Black's attorney Beattie Ashmore said they were "aware" of the indictment that it was "part of the normal process of the pending case." Kodak Black is barred from commenting on the case in interviews and on social media. He recently finished anger-management courses stemming from an unrelated case.