Kodak Black Compares Himself To Historical Figure In Latest Track Called, ‘Harriet Tubman’
Jailed rapper Kodak Black (real name Bill Kapri), 22, is back with a holiday treat for fans releasing his new single entitled, ‘Harriet Tubman’ from behind bars. Released on Christmas Day, Kodak touches on his past using Harriet Tubman’s escape from slavery and her efforts to free others. He rhymes:
“Feel like Harriet Tubman/ I ain’t stop, I kept runnin’/ They was actin’ funny/ I said the money train coming, I feel like Harriet Tubman/ I was posted on the ugly, I was caught in tracks/ Came back with some money.”
The Dyryk and Lemonade Playboy produced single is the first off of Kodak Black’s upcoming third studio album, Kill Bill.
Currently, the ‘Kill Bill’ rapper is serving a 46-month sentence on a federal weapons charge stemming from his arrest last May ahead of taking the stage at Rolling Loud Miami.
As previously reported, Kodak recently took to his Instagram on Saturday (Dec. 14), accusing federal authorities of abiding him while behind bars. The rapper claims he was “laced with an unknown substance.”
In addition, Kodak called the incident a “near-death experience.”
“This near death experience felt like dogs were tearing at my skin while they were grabbing and beating me while I was under the influence of this unknown substance that mysteriously hasn’t popped up in my Urine analysis and mysteriously the inmate I was fighting with went home the next day.”
Check out the track below:
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