Kodak Black Releases New Music Titled ‘Harriet Tubman’
Kodak Black Harriet Tubman: Kodak Black has released new music, titled ‘Harriet Tubman‘, today. Apparently, he is not letting his time behind bars slow him down. He is releasing new music and chasing the paper from the federal penitentiary. Sounds good to us.
Earlier, he was in the news for the cash gifts he doled out to families in Broward County. He has now followed it up with a gift to the fans – new music. The song, Harriet Tubman is named after the political activist bearing same name.
Over production Dyryk & Kaixen, Kodak reflects on his life and tough come up, rapping about needing to run his whole life, and feeling like “Harriet Tubman” in the process. “Feel like Harriet Tubman, I aint stop, I kept running/ They was actin’ funny, I said the money train coming/ I feel like Harriet Tubman,” he raps. It’s unclear if this will see life on his forthcoming Kill Bill project or just serve as a holiday present for the fans in the meantime, but either way we’re here for it.
Take a listen and let us know what you think!
Better run now you get hung
I done walk away from some things
I’m a walk off with my son
I just walked off with my son
I don’t talk I got a gun
If we fall off then we done
Can’t fall off I got funds
I fall off then I’m done