Kodak Black and XXXTentacion Go Triple-Platinum!


One of Kodak Black's biggest hits is the XXXTentacion-assisted "Roll In Peace," produced by London On Da Track.

The song has officially reached the triple-platinum milestone, having sold over three million units since its release on 2017's Project Baby Two.

A big win for Kodak Black, who's been grinding since being released from prison. With over one hundred and sixty songs tucked away for an eventual album, Kodak has been rolling with the recent "Righteous Reapers," teaming up with Sykobob, WizDaWizard, and Wam SpinThaBin.

Kodak had his sentence commuted, but he's not off the hook as he's still fighting a few other cases in different states across the nation. Knowing that Kodak made sure to record material during the time that he is free in case anything happens to him.

Kodak has gotten a judge to grant him the right to travel, while he’s still on probation for the next 35 months.

A judge has agreed to ease up on the travel restrictions so he can get to work on funding alternative power sources for Haiti. Black also hopes to build a school in Haiti, and in the United States, and wants to fund future scholarship opportunities for students from low-income neighborhoods.

Kodak will also offer up business grants for prior convicted felons, to help fund their start-up businesses.

“In order to continue to do the charity he is committed to do; we are asking for the courts permission to be able to travel the United States for work purposes only,” Kodak’s lawyer Brad Cohen explained. “This travel is for business that Mr. Kapri is being compensated for and not for purposes of personal entertainment.”

Kodak visited Marjory Stoneman Douglas High on the third anniversary of the shooting.

Black was in Parkland, for Meadow Pollack, as Black was Meadow's favorite recording artist.

Kodak established a $100k scholarship fund in Meadow's memory at Nova Southeastern University Law School, for students wanting to study justice reform. Meadow's brother, Hunter, also attended and walked together to light a candle for the Parkland victims.

Kodak seems to have a a charitable and uplifting attitude since being released from prison.

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