Florida-based Rapper Kodak Black shocked everyone when he appeared on King Kendrick Lamar’s long-awaited album ‘Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers’. Kodak’s involvement wasn’t restricted to just one verse on the album as the ‘Super Gremlin’ hitmaker served as a narrator of the album by appearing on tracks like ‘Worldwide Steppers’, ‘Rich (Interlude)’, ‘Silent Hill’ and ‘Mr. Morale’.
In his interview with Spotify’s Speedy Morman which was taken at Rolling Loud fest where Kodak performed his collab ‘Silent Hill’ with Kendrick, Kodak revealed how the collaboration with Compton native came together and how he relates to him.
On Similarities with Kendrick Lamar
“Me and Kendrick got a lot of little things in common that people won’t understand. Both of us we Geminis and both of us we hebrew Israelites. Me and him we could just talk and he understand me beyond than what the internet theories. He got a different perception of me and he ain’t cap. Like he say we going to do something he do it. Kendrick from the streets for real too. I f**k with that boy i got a lotta love for him.”
“In the stu wit k dot fresh out the feds”
Kendrick Lamar X Kodak Black🎹 pic.twitter.com/VCn4COu300
— Hiiipower – TDE News (@hiiipowers) June 14, 2022
Working on Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers
“He genuinely wanted to see a n**a win. We could of just did the song it never came out. But he went as far as having me speak on the intros the interludes and all the other stuff. Having me do a poem on there. He already know what my intellect go.So he like i just want you to go in there and talk yo s**t and he trust me. I appreciate him for trusting me with his album cause he ain’t got to do none of that”
Watch the full interview below: