“Back in the Days”, a 1994 classic Hip-Hop record by Los Angeles recording artist Ahmad, gets a Kodak Black remake.
Amidst troubling moments in his life, Floridian rapper Kodak Black has shared the audio for a new song called, “Broward Paradise.” Admitting that his mother warned him about the unfortunate scenarios due to street life, temptations would have its way. Based on several headlines I’ve read in the last day or the has been sued for missing shows. Apparently, a video posted to Instagram is the reason why he’s back in jail.
In the following verse, the Pompano, Florida rapper raps about life in the streets and young lady walk home because she didn’t want to have sex in his car. The last verse by John Wicks details how he came up. It is a smooth track featuring fellow rappers Jackboy & John Wicks. Moreover, you can tell it is an old song because Kodak Black says he is eighteen-years-old on the hook. He’s twenty-years-old now. Stream “Broward Paradise” below.