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Kyle And Kodak Black Link Up For "iSpy" Remix



Kodak Black teams up with Kyle for a dope remix of "iSpy." The track released yesterday (Jun.12) and is already receiving a lot of positive feedback.

Kodak Black tries to convey the message on his verse that the girl he wants should leave her man for him, amongst other things. He said, "Leave your man 'cause he ain't nothin' like me, babe. I've been trying to get my blower 'cause I ain't never wanting to be linking up. I don't ever wanna be doing features. I stay far away from these people. Said she love me, but I don't believe her."

TMZ reported today that Kodak Black wants to be able to work with the same artists he's done in the past. Because of the rapper's house arrest conditions, he can't associate with past felons. Previously, Black has worked with Rick Ross, Gucci Mane, and Young Thug, who have a history of getting in trouble with the law. Black's attorney, Bradford Cohen, is trying to see if he can continue working with the same artists or has to stop.

Kyle has been keeping busy as well. Two months prior, in a interview with RollingStone, he admitted that he wants to be able to affect the world. He said, "I want to affect as many people as possible. Like John Lennon. He made 'Imagine' and literally changed an entire generation of people. I have a golden opportunity: to not only impact these kids that are coming to these shows but take that and apply that to the world."

In 2013, he released Beautiful Loser and in 2015 he released Smyle. He worked with Chance, G-Eazy, and Kehlani. He also said to RollingStone that he wants to be a role model. He admitted, "Some of [my fans] would rather just hear advice from me than the music. I could stop the set and just talk about shit. I love the fact that they look to me for that."

Check out their dope remix below.

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