Another Dejember gift has arrived. Nearly two weeks after DeJ Loaf delivered her new song “Hold It Down,” the 25-year-old Detroit artist has given fans “All I Want for Christmas,” a holiday-themed track featuring Kodak Black.
“DeJ Loaf? Kodak Black? Christmas record? Something you wouldn't expect!” DeJ wrote on SoundCloud. “I thought it would be dope to get Kodak Black on this record so I reached out and he was with it! So we put together something special for you. This is such a special time of the year. The time when you get to express gratitude and show love. So that's what we did. I hope y'all enjoy it. Happy Holidays!”
The song doesn’t stray too far from the typical Christmas music formula. DeJ sings about the true meaning of the holiday and the importance of spending time with loved ones. She also reflects on past Christmases and how she once took family for granted.
“My past ain’t like my present […] Working all them hours just to make it special/I was ungrateful, I ain’t know no better,” she sings. “
Kodak echoes DeJ’s sentiment, rapping about how happy he is to “be free” and spending the holidays with his family. “All I Want for Christmas” is Kodak’s third release since he was let out of prison earlier this month. It follows “There He Go” and “Weatherman” with Yo Gotti.
You can listen to "All I Want for Christmas," produced by J. Vaughn, below.