Saturday, January 2, 2016


The world loves Kodak Black. I ain't mad. Hearing "No Flockin" on the radio is a smoke signal of salvation amidst the wall-to-wall Aubreyfest. This generation of rap needs its folk hero; the "FREE _____" tshirt industry needs its golden goose.

And unlike so many young Internet sensations, Kodak has that X-factor that make the Ed McMahons say "Aye!" Paired with Plies, however, it becomes clear that Daniel-san can still stand to peep game from Mr. Miyagi. Although Kodak holds his own, let's postpone the anointment until he authors his own Sweet Pwussy Satday. The voice and presence of Plies are not to be underestimated—gifts from the Rap Gods not yet understood by a gaping public.

What happens when Kodak is no longer a media darling? Here's hoping he does like Plies and makes music for people with Flamin' Hot Cheeto dust on their fingers. Ain't No Mixtape Bih 2 out now!


  1. If I wanted to check out one mixtape or album by Plies, where should I start ?

    I think if Kodad Blak continues on his teenage-Boosie path he could get really good, just needs a little more time to perfect his style.

  2. Hmmm, you can't really go wrong with any Plies albums. All have their strengths and weaknesses. I'd start with his first album, The Real Testament.