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Kodak Black drops pair of visuals in ‘Usain Boo,’ ‘Haitian Scarface’ amid Florida arrest

Just days following his arrest in Florida on federal drug charges (July 15), Kodak Black took no time off to release the video for his song “Usain Boo.”

In celebration of his newfound freedom, Yak delivered a track and field-inspired video for “Usain Boo” on Sunday (July 17) — paying homage to the fastest man alive Usain Bolt. Going through the motions of getting released from jail, Yak took to Instagram to further explain the situation at hand.

“Sorry Fa The Wait I Was Adding More Shit To It But I Wanted To Drop Summ Fa My Fans Since The Pigs Tryna Discourage Y’all”

Kodak Black via Instagram

“Usain Boo” is the ninth track off Black’s fourth studio album Back For Everything, which serves as a testament to his fast-paced lifestyle. Speaking on past relationships about the women that were in his life and bouncing back from losses, the Sniper Gang general doesn’t hold anything back as his raw lyrics gives fans a clearer insight to his emotions.

I took every loss, I knew I was gon’ win for the better

Young nigga with the crazy crew, they think he playin’ with the devil

Like, ain’t it true you like to sing to the devil?

Keep the stick like crazy glue, but I had to put it together

“Usain Boo” – Kodak Black

Amid the release of the video, the Florida rapper also took this time to release a new track on Tuesday (July 19) to address his recent dealings with the law and how he feels as the “Haitian Scarface.” Accompanied by a video, Black paints the picture of the event that took place when he was arrested. He goes in depth about the drugs that were prescribed to him after recently being shot in the leg and how the police been targeting him.

I guess I’m a drug Lord, got caught with a few pills I got a perscription for

Bitch, y’all know I got shot a few months ago

Bitch, y’all know that lil’ shit was so petty, y’all could’ve let me go

“Haitian Scarface” – Kodak Black

After releasing his Billboard No. 3 hit “Super Gremlin” along with his most recent album, it’s been a strong year for Black musically. He was featured on not one but two albums that debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200I NEVER LIKED YOU by Future and Mr. Morale and The Big Steppers from Kendrick Lamar.

While Kodak Black climbs back towards superstardom, it’s only a matter of time before the 25-year-old rapper takes over the game yet again.

Check out ‘Back For Everything’ below!