The new visual has a number of scenes. In one, Kodak sits in a room counting cash with a scantily-clad woman. In another cut, he raps from behind the bench in a courtroom. The Sniper Gang rapper ends up making his way to a church, where he attends a service, while still rocking a orange prison jumpsuit, and looks on curiously.
XXX doesn’t appear in the video. Instead, a voice over of the “Look at Me” rapper explaining his current legal situation plays while footage of him sitting in court flashes across the screen. The visual ends with churchgoers putting hands on Kodak in prayer as he stares eerily into the camera.
“Roll in Peace” is off Kodak’s Project Baby 2 mixtape, which dropped last August. The London on Da Track and CuBeatz-produced track has become a popular instrumental for rappers to spit over, as it has been remixed by Travis Scott, Dreezy, Remy Ma, Zoey Dollaz and more.
Lil Kodak also dropped the video for the banger, “Poetical G.” The track finds Kodak rap crooning about the hustle. In the Wavy Lord and Brandon Lovera-directed video, KB and the Sniper Gang post up at his pad for the day and the rapper gets some time to kick it with his son.
Watch Kodak Black’s new “Roll in Peace” and “Poetical G” videos below.