Kodak Black Announces Anti-Valentine's Day Project 'Heartbreak Kodak'

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Kodak Black performs onstage at the Rolling Loud Festival at NOS Events Center on Dec. 16, 2017 in San Bernardino, Calif.

Kodak Black might be spending Valentine's Day behind bars, but the rapper is making sure his fans feel the love on the special day. On Monday night (Feb. 12), Black announced his new project Heartbreak Kodak, which is set to drop on Valentine's Day (Feb. 14). 

The cover art for the project sees Kodak taking on the role of Cupid as he points his shooting arrow at a man seemingly distraught from a breakup with a woman walking away. "My Heart Spoiled Rotten Because I Never Got The Same Love I Showed In Return," he wrote in the post announcing his project. 

Black is currently held behind bars after police raided his Florida home. The rapper, who was already on probation, was hit with a string of charges including grand theft of a firearm, possession of marijuana, and two counts of probation violation to name a few. 

Nonetheless, Black has continued to dish out a slew of tracks to hold fans over like his "Erykah Badu" tribute and "1800 Knights."

Check out the post below. 


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