Kodak Black will lastly launch his long-awaited sophomore effort with Dying To Live on Friday (Dec. 14). Prior to dropping the LP, the Florida native determined to tease followers by unveiling the mission's monitor checklist Tuesday evening (Dec. 11).
The album consists of the trio of previously-released singles: the anthemic "Zeze," and introspective tracks "Testimony" and "Calling My Spirit." Dying to Live stays freed from options for probably the most half, however will discover Kodak teaming up with Juice WRLD and Lil Pump on separate tracks. The 21-year-old additionally pays tribute to XXXTentacion, who was murdered again in June, on "Malcolm X.X.X."
Earlier this week (Dec. 10), the "Tunnel Vision" rapper additionally shared the non secular visible to "Testimony," which sees Kodak clarify why he appears like God has put him on earth to be a vessel for change contained in the confines of a conventional church. The clip involves an in depth with the Atlantic Records signee being baptized in blood.
Black additionally hopped on 103.5 The Beat for an interview on Tuesday (Dec. 11), the place he detailed how the title to his album happened. "It's deep. I be feeling like we dying to stay. Everybody going by means of one thing and struggling," Kodak defined. "There's loads of youngsters who will do something simply because they most likely need to get a little bit flat display, get some gold, and flex. There's individuals who would threat their life for $5,000. They're dying to stay. We thugging so arduous and questioning why the world received't soften up round us."
Check out the Dying To Live monitor checklist and watch the "Testimony" video beneath.
#DyingToLive This Friday 12/14/18 pic.twitter.com/i3sswodW5Y— Kodak Black (@KodakBlack1k) December 12, 2018