The third studio album from the South Florida native.
Despite being behind bars, Kodak Black isn’t letting legal inhibitors impede his musical output. With a cathartic relationship with the written word, Kodak long has imbued his music with raw pain and pensive thoughts; it’s been a lifeline for him, and others who can relate. Given his imprisonment, Kodak needs an outlet now more than ever. Yesterday, he circumvented his lacking musical resources by delivering his third studio album, Bill Israel.
The successor to his 2018 LP, Dying To Live, Kodak’s latest album effort comes in a succinct 11-tracks. Bill Israel continues exploring Kodak’s perspective on a variety of issues that have plagued his life. It was marketed by the lone single, “Pimpin Ain’t Eazy,” which originally dropped in 2019.
Bill Israel features fellow Sniper Gang affiliate, Jackboy, Tory Lanez, Gucci Mane, CBE, and Lil Yachty.
Check out Bill Israel below: