In a surprising move on Friday (November 10), Kodak Black unleashed his latest 18-track album, ‘When I Was Dead,’ without any prior announcement, following up on May’s ‘Pistolz & Pearlz.’ Despite facing criticism in the past, the rapper is determined to transform his image and behavior.
During a livestream around the album drop, Kodak Black addressed his fans, conveying his commitment to personal growth. He acknowledged his past shortcomings and expressed a sincere desire to make amends, stating, “I vow to do better on any area I lack, or some slack needs to be picked up on,” he said. “I must do better. I must do this shit”
His message also included gratitude for his supporters, recognizing their role in keeping him motivated. “I appreciate y’all because if it was up to them, I’d have been out of here,” he shared. This vow follows recent concerns raised by fans about Kodak’s well-being after his appearance on Drink Champs last month.
The surprise release of ‘When I Was Dead’ showcases Kodak Black’s dedication to his craft, and his commitment to personal growth is resonating with fans who eagerly await the positive changes promised by the rapper.