After teasing the project for months, Kodak Black finally dropped his fourth studio album Back For Everything on Friday (February 25) and celebrated the rollout with the release of a new music video for his track “On Everything.”
Throughout the vibrant music video, Kodak dons an all-white suit as he flexes his private jet, flashy new car, and marble white house, all while rapping about how he’s ready to receive all the blessings coming his way.
“Yeah, this time, I want everything, need more money, more diamonds/This time, I want everything, I’ma guarantee that you smiling/Don’t leave me, don’t leave me, me, me, yeah, hold on, let me explain, yeah/ I’ma put this on everything,” Kodak raps.
“On Everything” is the latest song to be given the visual treatment, and comes after the Florida lyricist dropped his self-directed video for “I Wish” on Tuesday (February 22).
Back For Everything sports 19 tracks and includes one sole feature from Lil Durk. The project features both “Love & War” and the blockbuster hit “Super Gremlin,” which still holds the No. 6 spot on the Billboard Hot 100. The new album comes after Kodak was also shot in the leg over Super Bowl Weekend, an ordeal that left him briefly confined to a walker. Still, he shrugged off the exchange in an interview with The Breakfast Club.
“I’m the type of n-gga nobody gonna make me feel bad man,” Kodak said. “I’m gonna show you my scars, I’m highlighting myself so you gonna be like ‘oh haha you got punked,’ I’m laughing at my damn self. I be like man that n-gga shot me real good. I’m shot up good you hear me? Shit like that. That’s what I get you know what I’m saying?”