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Kodak Black, ‘Last Day In’ – Single Review

Kodak Black is back with his latest release ‘Last Day In‘. The Florida born hitmaker smashes it once again here.

It opens with a gentle guitar lead which has an ethereal vibe. Kodak Blacks‘ signature hip hop beat then leaps out of the mix, and it grips from the instant. Kodak rises to the top with an unforgettable rap performance. He sounds as remarkable as ever with his fresh tones captivating.

Kodak hits out at everybody currently polishing their tracks with ‘Autotune’. Instead, Kodak says ‘I don’t need no tunes for the auto, all I’m missing is you’. His opening line sets the tone instantly, and he articulates how he is loyal to himself with a personal message about his experiences over the last few years.

Poetic

Lyrically, Kodak is a poetic genius, and he expresses his story with no ambiguity. His rap bars hit home with potency. Also, musically, the emotion drips like a tap. It is passionate from the get-go, and it possesses a quality which makes Kodak stand out for all the right reasons. He takes influence here, and he brings a ‘Drake‘ vibe, but this is not surprising given that it was once cited that he was Drake’s biggest fan. Nevertheless, he brings fresh vibes too, with him driving hip hop forward with vigour.

Towards the latter, the instrumental takes a step back with Kodak rising with a spoken word, and he looks back with nostalgia remembering a conversation he had with his mother.

You can take a listen to ‘Last Day In‘ by Kodak Black below. Also, be sure to let us know your thoughts to his new release by commenting on our social media accounts. Do you think this is the best track yet from Kodak Black? As always, we love to hear your feedback.



Emily Harris

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