One of those is “Roll in Peace 2,” a remix of the XXXTentacion single off PB2, over Lil Jon and The East Side Boyz, Usher, and Ludacris’ “Lovers & Friends” instrumental, which samples Michael Sterling’s “Lovers and Friends.”
“I lost myself, then found myself right in these streets,” raps Kodak. “All by myself, right in these streets / By myself, lil’ ni**a, I keep that shit discrete / I don’t give a fuck, because I’m bleeding concrete / You ni**as bleed Kool-Aid, you ni**as’ sweet.”
The throwback samples keep coming on “Down South,” which pulls inspiration from the acoustic guitar and hand snaps of Lloyd and Ashanti’s “Southside” instrumental. “I’ma take you down south, show you what I’m rappin’ ’bout,” rhymes Project Baby. “Young ni**as, 14, permanent golds in they mouth.”
Next up, Kodak boasts about his money-making ways on “Right Now.” “I used to swim in the money, now I’m deep diving,” he brags over a chopped-up soul sample. “I swear I’m higher than a bitch, it got me freestyling.”
Finally, over another piano-laden beat, Lil Kodak drops “Snap Shit,” which features more of his controversial thoughts regarding skin tones. “Where them yellow bones, I don’t want no black bitch,” he raps. “I’m already black, I don’t need no black bitch.” Back in July, similar sentiments earned him criticism from a variety of people, including Amber Rose.