Kodak Black has been drowned in legal troubles since his rise to rap stardom. “Conscience” Featuring Future The Pompano Beach rapper currently remains in jail for violating probation earlier this month, as the status of his release is unknown. As Kodak remains locked up, the Florida native moves forward with the release of his debut album Painting Pictures.
“I don’t sugarcoat,” he says. “I talk about the struggle. I talk about how I got it now. I talk about what I did as a kid. I talk about everything.”Conscience” Even if you ain’t been through that shit, when you listening to my shit, you’re gonna feel like you’ve been through it. It’s like a movie. I feel like you’re in this movie right now. I don’t rap. I illustrate. Everything I say is like you see it vividly.”