Kodak Black pulled up to The Breakfast Club this morning upon the release of his new project "Dying To Live". To make the young rapper feel comfortable and at home, since he has been having a rough time in some interviews lately, the whole Breakfast Club team wore ski masks (with the exception of Angela Yee). Speaking on the title of the album he said that one day we are going to die and some people are living there life "Dying To Live" trying to find something to exist for.
The young rapper has also recently made the move out of Florida (where according to Charlamagne Tha God all the craziest people come from and has gone to LA. Speaking on the move he said he is enjoying it more because there is more of a positive vibe describing the difference in environment saying, "See in Florida everywhere I go it's people just like me but in California nobody with that, nobody totes pistols or any of that". He also mentioned that the passing of XXXTentacion had a role in his decision to leave.
Since he has been in New York Kodak has been having a rough time with Interviews. Originally he didn't want to do Interviews anymore but he decided that he wanted to come back to The Breakfast Club and speak more and show his intellectuality. Speaking on the recent Interview that went viral because he walked out of it he said "See listen I knew yall were going to bring that up, I was going to curve that s---, and say f--- that, f--- that f--- N-----, but listen at the same time it's like that s--- was going so good, I feel like people don't want to see this Happy go lucky Kodak."
The "Roll In Peace" rapper also spoke about if he and Master P worked out their issues, his new girl, who the king of R&B is + More!
Check out his full Interview on The Breakfast Club above!