The Miami air is thick with excitement in anticipation of Kodak Black’s return to the rap scene. Fresh on Florida soil, Kodak already finds himself in a heated quarrel with producer Southside who reignited their beef over an Instagram live stating “We can bump, too. I’ll be back in Miami in a week.” Without letting the drama stop his flow, Kodak comes in hot this holiday with a new visual and song “Easter In Miami” featuring the main model act and MouyeGang Music artist Candy Coated.
The Instagram sensation has increased her social media net worth through major production features such as celebrities Lil Wayne and Tory Lanez. As seen in the video, Candy waves the Haitian flag while Kodak vets the music company ‘MouyeGang’ showing love to the popularized movement. Already at half a million views, the video is certain to expand Candy Coated to unimaginable heights and curve the ongoing feud incited over this weekend. Kodak Black is back.