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Kodak Black treats “Aug 25th” as a letter to his child’s mother.
We all know that Kodak Black can get nasty on the mic. What we also know is that he can get very vulnerable on the mic, too. In “Aug 25th,” his latest single, Kodak does the latter, as, in the song, he opens up about his relationship with his child’s mother, both praising and questioning her.
Kodak Black shows many different emotions in “Aug 25th.” Throughout the song, he comes across as disheveled, hopeful, annoyed, confused, and hurt. Even though the song features a pretty gentle beat, Kodak tackles s**t grittily rapping-wise.
Listen to “Aug 25th” below.
Quincy is the creator of Ratings Game Music. He loves writing about music, taking long walks on beaches, and spaghetti that fights him back.