The track sees the two rappers getting melodic atop the colorful production, proving to be a formidable duo. Fresh off the release of the surprise hit "ZEZE," it would seem as though Kodak is attempting to keep things a little lighter than his usually dark-tinged sound. Although judging from the title of his new record, Dying to Live, it could very well be full of his usual lyrical content.
On Tuesday, Kodak revealed the tracklist for Dying to Live, which is out this Friday (Dec. 14). Besides "ZEZE," which features Travis Scott and Offset, "MoshPit," and "Gnarly" with Lil Pump, Dying to Live looks to focus primarily on the talents of Kodak himself. For his first project since his release from prison back in August, this seems like the best course of action.
It's been a bit of a difficult year for the rapper, who has been running into problems with the law ever since he first starting gaining attention back in 2015. In 2016, he faced charges of sexual assault among other accusations.