Kodak Black Brings Out His Machete in Potent 'Transgression' Video: Watch

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Kodak Black, "Transgression"

Kodak Black continues to move in support of his impressive Dying to Live album, which notched him his first No. 1 album in December. The Project Baby 2 rapper returned over the weekend (Feb. 9) to deliver another menacing visual to one of the effort's deep cuts with the emotional "Transgression."

The Wavy Flash-directed clip finds Kodak mobbing with his crew in the streets, while he sips on a cup of Hennessy in one hand and brandishes a sharp machete with the other. The scene pivots to the South Florida native riding around with another woman sitting shotgun under the starlit roof of his luxe Rolls Royce Wraith.

Toward the end of "Transgression," Kodak actually opens up about taking the rap for gun possession charges that played a role in landing him in jail for about seven months in 2018, when it was actually his friend's weapon. 

"Lil' Jackboy shoulda just been my brother, I swear I love that n---a/ I don't even need your love no more, I got a little heart/ I do my own time, I don't need no n---a to take no charge/ I couldn't even get a letter from you and that was your gun/ You ain't send me nothin' or ask no boy, 'How your lil' brother doin,'" he painfully rhymes.

Watch the "Transgression" video below.


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