|Song title||Kodak Black is all about his money unloads a bag pack of cash"I remember all i wanted was 6 figures"|
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Kodak Black is all about his money unloads a bag pack of cash"I remember all i wanted was 6 figures"
Octave was born on June 11, 1997 in Pompano Beach, Florida, where he was also raised. His parents were immigrants from Haiti. Octave was raised by his mother in Golden Acres, a public housing project in Pompano Beach.
From the age of six, Octave used the nickname "Black". He also used the nickname "Lil' Black". When he signed up for Instagram he chose the username "Kodak Black". This was the stage name he used when he began rapping, and a stage name favored by his fans.
In 2009, at age 12, Kodak Black joined a rap group called "Brutal Yungenz", under his first official stage name "J-Black". He then joined a local rap group called "The Kolyons".In December 2013, Kodak Black released the mixtape Project Baby, followed in December 2014 with the mixtape "Heart of the Projects", and in December 2015 with the mixtape Institution.
In October 2015, Canadian rapper Drake posted a video of himself dancing to one of Kodak Black's singles "Skrt", which helped Kodak Black gain popularity.That same month, Kodak Black signed a deal with Atlantic Records. In May 2016, Kodak Black and rapper and label-mate Lil Uzi Vert announced their intention to partner for a national tour called the "Parental Advisory Tour", however, Kodak Black did not appear on the tour.
In May 2016, Kodak Black was featured on French Montana's single "Lockjaw", from French Montana's twenty first mixtape MC4, which reached a peak position of 23 on Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. In August 2016, Kodak Black's single Skrt reached number 10 on Billboard's "Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles" chart. In June 2016, he released his fourth mixtape, Lil B.I.G. Pac, which became his first mixtape to chart on Billboard, reaching number 49 on the "Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums" chart and number 18 on the Heatseakers Albums chart.
In June 2016, Kodak Black was named one of XXL Magazine's "2016 Freshman Class".
In August 2016, Kodak Black was criticized when a studio session video was released showing him ridiculing dark-skinned black women with lyrics which implied those women were less attractive than light-skinned black women.While in jail in 2016, he released the song
Samuel "Sammie" M. Benson (born April 8, 1990), better known by his stage name Blac Youngsta, is an American hip hop recording artist. He is signed to Yo Gotti's CMG record label and Epic Records. Youngsta and another Memphis hip hop recording artist, Young Dolph got into a feud in early 2016,which was later dropped that year.
Youngsta first became known regionally after his 2014 hit single, Heavy, from his third mixtape, Fast Bricks 3. He later caught the attention of Yo Gotti, another hip hop recording artist from his area, from appearing in one of Gotti’s videos, which landed a meeting with his label and latter meeting with Gotti himself, and gave Youngsta an opportunity to tour with him for two months. After the tour ended, Gotti decided to sign him to his CMG record label and Epic Records in 2015.
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