New Music: Kodak Black feat. Travis Scott - 'Roll in Peace (Remix)'

  /  09.10.2017

Travis Scott brings the fire on a remix to Kodak Black’s “Roll in Peace.”

Liberated by La Flame’s DJ, OG Chase B, the remix finds Scott in Auto-Tuned splendor. Replacing XXXTentacion’s vocals, Travis skrrr-skrrrts through the track with his echo-filled ad-libs. “Everyday Halloween,” he raps. “But we don’t trick or treat.”

Following his verse, the Houston spitter continues ad-libbing throughout Kodak’s final chorus, providing some of his trademark harmonies in the background. “Got on my knees like ‘Jesus please,'” raps Lil Kodak on the hook. “He don’t even believe in Jesus, why he got a Jesus piece?”

This isn’t the first time Travis and Kodak have joined forces. The duo also teamed up with PARTYNEXTDOOR, Rick Ross, and Future on DJ Khaled’s “Down for Life” off Grateful.

La Flame is currently prepping the release of AstroWorld, the follow-up to last year’s Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight and a joint project with Quavo.

Meanwhile, Kodak Black is still celebrating the success of Project Baby 2, which debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200.

Scott’s “Roll in Peace” remix arrives as part of Chase B’s Streets Need That 5, a 52-minute-long mix that can be heard in full below.


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