Less than a week home from prison and Kodak Black is already working on new music.
Kodak Black aka Dieuson Octave was officially released from Florence County, South Carolina jail on Dec.1 after posting a $100,000 bond. Producer Dubba-AA who has done tracks like “Vibin In This Bih,” and “Slayed,” has been posting video footage of him and Kodak recording and even announced the release of a new track. Kodak has also joined in on the social media buzz posting pictures with his friends and family in addition to tweeting a picture of himself from an in house studio (which appears to be a closet) rhyming into a microphone.
— DUBBA-AA (@Dubba_AA) December 3, 2016
Under terms of his release, Kodak is under house arrest which prompted Dubba-AA to set up studio equipment at Kodak’s home to help the creative process.
— DUBBA-AA (@Dubba_AA) December 4, 2016