Kodak Black Puts Pressure On Drake To Release Collab Album: "It's Really On Him"


| LAST UPDATE 06/15/2022

By Mahlik Campbell
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As part of the first annual Kodak Black Day, there was a clip that went viral showing Kodak brushing his hair with an empty chip bag. But there's another video floating around that's about to grab the attention of Drake.

Yak brought a music festival to Pompano Beach – his home city in Florida – on Saturday, June 11th, which also marked his 25th birthday. The event featured live performances from a few well-known rappers like Lil Durk, Moneybagg Yo, EST Gee, Yungeen Ace and Kodak himself.

During a press conference, Yak was asked whether fans should expect a record with the one and only Drake anytime soon.

"Me and Drake, we got so much music," he said. "It's really on like whenever bruh might feel like he ready and stuff. We be like, 'Is we gon' drop the album? We gon' do this?' It's really on him. We got a lot of songs though."

Yak and Drake often exchange texts and DMs, though the pair has yet to drop an official track. The latter told Kodak back in 2018 that his album, 'Dying To Live,' was one of his favorites from the previous five years.

"The bars you are rapping about friends and your purpose is so pure," he texted him. "What got you there? You are almost talking from this god-level bird's eye view of your own life. I wanna know how you broke that wall."

Elsewhere in the interview, Kodak teased the idea of launching a sports agency, likely modeled after Kanye's new Donda Sports agency.

Not only did Yak's hit "Super Gremlin" soundtrack the San Francisco 49ers' playoff run last NFL season but Kodak is close friends with a handful of sports stars, including Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson.

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In addition to Drizzy, Kodak has other high-profile rapper friends. The below photo emerged of Yak chilling in the studio with Kendrick Lamar.

He appears on several songs across Kendrick's new album, 'Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers.' It's up!