On the eve of everyone’s favorite dark holiday, Kodak Black and his Sniper Gang collective released their compilation, Nightmare Babies, which features works by Snapkatt, Syko Bobb, NoCap, Ballgreezy, and more. The project was led by the standouts “Nightmare Stories” “Super Gremlin,” and “Killing The Rats.”
Earlier this week (Nov. 15), Kodak released new visuals for “Halloween Bill Kill.” The single is produced by Helluva Beats and contains typical Kodak themes such as vices, street life, and fallen soldiers including Soulja Slim:
Within Pompano Beach, Kodak Black roams around his Golden Acres stomping grounds much of the Nightmare Baby film. Other stories about him include the way he hoists up his Haitian flag, the way he traverses through a shoe store, the way he pours spirits out for those who are not with him, etc.
In addition to the above mentioned, Kodak released a remix of Nardo Wick’s “Who Wants Smoke?” on which Chief Keef also appeared. A few of his previous albums sent his fans into a frenzy, including Happy Birthday Kodak, Before The Album, and Haitian Boy Kodak which included 11 tracks and collaborations with Sniper Gang and Lil Baby.
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