Review: Painting Pictures – Kodak Black

Review: Painting Pictures - Kodak Black

This album is so good like it’ll literally get you in your zone in no time.

American rapper Kodak Black’s first studio album is titled Painting Pictures. Dollaz N Dealz Entertainment, Sniper Gang, and Atlantic Records released it on March 31, 2017. In Miami, Florida, at the Pink House Studios, recording sessions took place from 2016 to 2017. Production was handled by Metro Boomin, Southside, and Mike Will Made It; other guests included Future, Young Thug, Bun B, and Jeezy.

Three singles—”There He Go,” “Tunnel Vision,” and “Patty Cake”—were released to promote the album. In 2017, he continued off one of the best years of rap (2016) with some absolute heat. He gave exposure to multiple artists and producers with this Platnium album.

Noah Hawke says, “his youthful, exuberant voice and ability to make emotionally intelligent observations about life in poverty are his greatest strengths as a rapper. Black’s tales of criminal activity are told with authenticity and clever lyricism, attracting listeners in spite of his aggressive — and, at times, crude — style of rap.”

It is soooooo worth listening to and is worth whatever money you have to spend if needed to listen to it. The lyrics and beats correlate so well together and will get you in your zone quickly.