Kodak Black Celebrates Release From Prison In 'Easter In Miami'

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Kodak Black has released yet another track, celebrating his release from prison. The singer, who was freed following his pardon from Donald Trump in January, released "Easter In Miami" on Sunday (April 4).

The freestyle-like track sees him rapping, "I ain't no chico, but they call me Felipe, yeah. I copped the rollie ain't nobody else had."

"They wanna copy my material but I'm cut from a different kind of silk than you lil' n---as. I'm superior," he raps, acknowledging his imitators.

DzyOnDaBeat and Nick Seeley produced the song, while DrewFilmedIt directed the accompanying video that features footage of Kodak both before and after his latest prison stint.

Kodak told TMZ last week that he has completed nearly 200 songs since he returned home.

Following his release from prison, Black released songs including "Hit Bout It," featuring Lil Yachty, "Thugged Out," featuring YNW Melly, "Every Balmain" and "Last Day In" over the last two months.

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