Kodak Black is sharing some new bars over the phone from St. Lucie County Jail where he is currently locked up for two drug charges.
"I've been through a lot in my past/I'm tryna stay level-headed/I gotta stop moving so fast/I don't know where I'm headed/You don’t even answer no more/It seem like you wanna be separate/Everybody telling me go/But I don’t know where I'm headed."
It definitely sounds like the rapper is contemplating what is next for him and how he might be able to turn things around for himself in the nearly minute long clip.
The rapper was sentenced to 120 days in jail in September after pleading no contest to drug charges: one misdemeanor charge of possession of 20 grams or less of marijuana and one misdemeanor charge of use or possession of marijuana paraphernalia. Kodak will reportedly not have to serve the full four months as he will be credited with the time he already served in jail and is expected to be released Nov. 30. His license will be suspended for a year, and he's required to pay court costs of $298.
Still, Kodak's legal troubles won't be over just yet. Earlier this year, he was incarcerated after being charged with armed robbery and false imprisonment. He was going to be released, but was ultimately denied bond in light of the discovery of two warrants under his name for the drug charges as well as a sexual battery charge stemming from an incident that took place in a South Carolina hotel room in February.
Listen to Kodak rap in the video above.