After Kodak Black was seemingly shunned by the rap community after a video of him awkwardly dancing with his mother went viral, the Broward County rapper is coming off an absolutely outstanding set at Rolling Loud in Los Angeles Dec. 9-11.
With no hesitation, Kodak looks to build off his recent hot streak with the release of his latest single “Love & War.”
The new track follows his previous offering “Closure” which was released Dec. 2. “Love & War” sits at just under four minutes long and contains expressive lyricism with Kodak freely revealing his indecisive emotions as he thoroughly explains this complex love story.
One unique fact about the song is that the same chorus was also used for his feature on Shoreline Mafia’s 2020 track “On The Low.” The only difference between the two is that Kodak speeds up his flow, pining for the love he has trouble accepting.
Would you keep it a secret? Like, I ain’t felt this way before
Wanna tell you that I like you, but I don’t, ’cause I’m not sure
I just take her heart and score, then I love her ’til she sore
If I eat it, could I treat it? Could I beat it with my sword?
She want love and I want warKodak Black — “Love & War”
Kodak Black just refuses to disappoint his die-hard fans. Off the back of his 2020 prison tape Bill Israel, he’s been more than active this year — dropping his comeback album Haitian Boy Kodak, his project with his label Sniper Gang, over 10 singles and was featured on a variety of tracks.
Kodak is ending his year strong, so let’s hope as we head into 2022 he continues the same grind into the new year.
Stream “Love & War” below!