Kodak Black Teases New Album ‘Kutthroat Bill’ With Laundry List Of ‘Major’ Features


Kodak Black‘s latest album Back For Everything is barely two weeks old, but already he’s shifting his focus to his next project.

On Thursday (March 10), the Pompano Beach, Florida native took to Instagram Live to clue fans in on his forthcoming album, which he announced is titled Kutthroat Bill, a nod to his Monkey Island-inspired nickname.

Further fueling excitement, Kodak Black reeled off a laundry list of potential guest features on the project in an aim to work with “every major artist who supported my album or support my album.”

Among the names mentioned are heavy hitters such as Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Baby, Lil Durk, Yo Gotti, 42 Dugg, EST Gee and Trippie Redd, as well as rising rappers Babyface Ray, Rylo Rodrigez, DDG and 22Gz, who Kodak crowned the “King of New York.”

The Sniper Gang boss even teased a cameo from an unlikely British pop star. “I might go ahead and throw the Ed Sheeran out early, like don’t even hold onto that,” he said. “Gon’ ahead and throw him out there on the deluxe.”

Kodak Black first revealed plans for Kutthroat Bill last month while teasing his collaboration with Ed Sheeran on Twitter.

“My Song With Ed Sheeran So Fye. I’m Tryna Decide Should I Put It On This Album Or My Album In August,” he wrote, hinting at a summer release.

The project’s potentially star-studded guest list will be a drastic shift from Back For Everything, which featured just a sole appearance from Lil Durk, a move that stirred the pot in the Chicago rapper’s ongoing feud with NBA YoungBoy.

While he’s already looking ahead to his next album, Kodak Black still has plenty to celebrate with Back For Everything. The project debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 after earning 60,000 album-equivalent units in its first week.

Lead by the top 5 single “Super Gremlin,” Yak’s fourth studio effort also topped Billboard‘s Top Rap Albums and Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums charts while catapulting the 24-year-old to the top of the Artist 100 chart.

“Overall numbers 283k and this before the 2nd week numbers !!!” Kodak wrote on Instagram earlier this week. “Only 1 feature on the whole album #BackForEverything 19 Tracks All GAZ. I appreciate all my supporters , We dam near Gold already.”