Kodak Black is backing up his Zeze success with new song titled “Pimpin Ain’t Eazy” and following up with visual music video and also Singing through an auto-tune filter, Black muses about his own salvation. He speaks to God and to his fans from a place of mental solace. Although he knows he’s blessed, Black can’t help but highlight the plights the devil has plagued him with throughout his life.
Kodak Black bares his soul over emotional guitar licks. He speaks to himself, and battles his own inner turmoil by pinpointing the proper way to move, and makes it clear that the streets are embedded in his nature and that’s something that will never change.
One of the bigger highlights on the album though is “Pimpin Ain’t Eazy” a song in which we see Kodak get personal, talking about the mistakes he’s made in his past, and how he’s been in a dark place since.
He decides to return to the scene and share a new song of his own called “Pimpin Ain’t Eazy,” which is accompanied with a new video. It’s unclear if this will see life on his next project or just something to hold us over with in the meantime.
I don’t care go FED get a life sentence
I want everybody dead nigga no limit
I don’t shake niggas hands cause I aint friendly
When I pull up to the crib ‘have no panties