Kodak Black Heads to Church in 'Roll In Peace' Video
Kodak Black and XXXtentacion have had their fair share of legal battles following a string of assault charges, and teamed up to air their grievances on "Roll In Peace" back in August. On Monday (Jan. 15), the pair rolled out the visual for the track, where Kodak takes his problems to the church.
Kodak taps A$AP Rocky's creative agency AWGE for artistic direction for the video, which opens with a mannequin dressed as a police officer entering a court hearing. Throughout the video, the rapper is seen in a variety of different settings including standing on top of the church altar dressed in an orange prison jumpsuit, rapping from the church pew, the courtroom and a bedroom.
XXXtentacion doesn't appear in the video -- instead, the rapper delivers a message before his verse and begins calling for his fans to support him at a court date in an effort to show "the positive influence that I have." While a video of XXX in a court hearing plays, the rapper says, "I ask that the people who come, come bearing positive energy, just to be a good support to me and just to simply show that I do positively affect the world."
The trippy video continues with Kodak throwing cash on the courthouse floor and ends with a crowd of people laying hands on Kodak in the church.
The London On Da Track-produced track already got the remix treatment from Gucci Mane and Migos, Lil Wayne and Travis Scott. Up next, Remy Ma is readying her own "Roll In Peace" remix after previewing her version on Instagram last week.
Watch the "Roll In Peace" video below.