Kodak Black For Dummies
The essential Kodak Black playlist
We decided to change the format of Pass the Aux going forward. In addition to spotlighting new music that you need to hear we have decided to start featuring artist greatest hits in these playlist whenever they drop something new. We’re excited to kick off this spin-off to Pass the Aux with some of Kodak Black’s essential tracks to celebrate to release of his new mixtape, “Project Baby 2”
“Too Many Years” This is such a heartfelt track that so many people can relate to, including myself. The PnB Rock feature is A1 and Kodak’s flow is impeccable.
“Day For Day” This beat is crazy and as usual, Kodak spit real life bars. I believe it’s one of the most underrated tracks on Painting Pictures.
“The Recipe” “Y’all don’t know the recipe, I’m so saucy.” That line perfectly describes the sentiments of someone who is in their bag. One of my favorites Kodak tracks already.
“No Flockin” Cardi B has a hit right now, and it’s in part, because of Kodak Black. This is the song that put a lot of people onto Project Baby.
“Corrlinks & JPay” This one here is a low-key banger. Kodak and a Mike WiLL Made-It beat? I wouldn’t expect anything less than that to be honest.
“Like Dat” Full disclosure this is my favorite Kodak track ever so it had to be included in this list.
“Institution” In light of all of Kodak’s legal troubles, the content of this song is fitting for him. Framing the song as a love letter to his boo while he’s locked down, we get a different side of Kodak over a slower barer instrumental.
“Lockjaw” Technically this isn’t Kodak’s song, but this banger with French Montana is one of the biggest songs of Kodak’s career. He absolutely floats over this track.
“Up In Here” Project Baby 2 inspired this playlist but let’s not forget that Painting Pictures was a very good in its own right. For me it was between “Coolin and Booted” and “Up In Here” for this spot. “Up In Here” got the edge though because the track is way more uptempo. Got to respect the energy.
“18” Let’s take it back to that old school dusty dirty lookin’ Kodak Black. This catchy track from the first Project Baby shows off the charisma and catchiness that Kodak would later execute with ease through the rest of his career.
Stream Kodak Black for Dummies below.