Originally, Kodak Black revealed that he was releasing an album called Bill Is Real. However, he’s decided to slightly change his plans, instead using a title that better communicates the content, representing his newfound religious views.
The Florida native is currently incarcerated, serving a nearly four-year sentence on gun charges. He has lots of music in the vault though and, last week, he announced that some of it would finally be releasing.
The eleven-song project will be released on November 11, meaning we only have to wait a couple of weeks before receiving the new collection. Today, Kodak revealed the cover artwork, as well as a slight title alteration.
On the cover, a drawn-on representation of Kodak stands next to his rabbi. A star of David is etched near the rapper’s face, alongside a hashtag saying “#TheStarOfDavid”. There are also several crosses on the cover.
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It will be interesting to see what type of direction Kodak will be headed in come release time. We’re assuming that all of these songs were recorded pre-lockup, so they’re all going to be from circa 2018-19.