Kodak Black’s “This Forever” is a highlight off of “Dying To Live.”
Fans have been waiting a long time for Kodak Black to release a new project. The rapper finally blessed his fans with his new album Dying To Live this Friday. The album serves as the first album that he dropped since his release from prison earlier this year. The rapper dished out numerous singles over the months including the Travis Scott and Offset assisted hit single, “ZEZE,” “Calling My Spirit,” “Testimony,” and more. One track that also stood out that wasn’t released as a single is “This Forever.”
Kodak Black drops off a heavy banger for the second track on Dying To Live. “This Forever” was co-produced by London On Da Track, Rex Kudo, and Thomas III. Kodak Black makes it clear that the streets are embedded in his nature and that’s something that will never change. “Like a n***a water whip, I’mma get it crackin’/ Cut from a different cloth, I’m a different fabric/They wanna see the day that I go polyester/ I ain’t never stop thuggin’, I’m like this forever,” he raps on the hook.
Peep the new track below.
I ain’t go to class, stackin’ paper like it’s loose leaf
I’ve been totin’ straps, ugly corner too creep
All love fake, what you think the name mean?
I’m layin’ on you like a snake, bitch I’m A-Team