Kodak Black makes his triumphant return on stage at his first show in Miami since he became a free man.
Before the summer ended (Aug 10), Kodak Black went all out for his first concert in his hometown. The Project Baby teamed up with 99 JAMZ to put on a show for all the fans who missed Kodak while he was locked up at the Watsco Center in Coral Gables. The show kicked off with performances from several opening acts like DJ Lucky C, Johnny OZ, Ball Greezy and Jackboy. Afterwards, Kodak made his grand entrance.
The “Skrilla” rapper drew influence from J. Cole’s iconic entrance at the ‘4 Your Eyez Only’ tour — and approached the stage in handcuffs while rocking an orange jumpsuit with a policeman on both sides leading the way. Once they freed him, Lauryn Hill’s “Ex-Factor,” which is the first record he heard as a free man, blared as he roamed the stage letting his gold grill and diamond rollie glare in the spotlight as fans chanted “Welcome Home Kodak.”
The Pompano Beach native officially kicked off the show with his “First Day Out” freestyle then moved on to other fan favorites like “Skrrt Skrrt,” “Tunnel Vision” and “There He Go.” Atlantic Records repped hard in Miami when Kodak surprised the audience with his label mate PnB Rock, who came out to perform their joint record “Too Many Years.” off his Lil Big Pac project. The crowd went insane when Kodak brought out his next surprise guest Jeezy to perform their single “Feeling Like.”
Watch a quick recap of the show below.