Kodak Black Rolls Out First Post-Prison Video 'There He Go'

Kodak Black, "There He Go"
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Kodak Black, "There He Go"

Jail couldn't keep Kodak Black down. Last week, Black was released after he posted a $100,000 bond in South Carolina, and he's already returned with a new song and visual for "There He Go." 

With 20K Visuals' YungMik3 serving as director, the visual finds Black giving a tour of his crib (the Florida rapper remains on house arrest). Drenched in gaudy jewelry, he raps about his street cred, flashy lifestyle, and love for women on his first post-prison track. 

"I like the Beamer but I'm about to go cop a Wraith though/ I done peeped your true colors, boy you a rainbow," he raps on his new banger. "I got Space Jams on my feet, I'm on the moon/ I'm really lit, so I ain't gotta use no Auto-Tune."

Black is currently awaiting trial, for charges stemming from a case where he was accused of sexually attacking a woman in a Florence, South Carolina hotel after a performance in February.

Watch the video for "There He Go" below. 


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