AceShowbiz - Moneybagg Yo has released another collaboration with Kodak Black. Titled "Rocky Road", the new track arrives on Monday, May 16 along with its music video that sees the two hip-hop stars rapping about self-reflection.
While Moneybagg and Kodak are delivering their bars on a rooftop, the Young Chang-directed clip also features a storyline about a dice game that turns violent. Two men are caught in a brawl during the game, prompting one of the guys to seek revenge.
The said man is initially stopped by what appears to be his girlfriend from attacking his foe. However, the furious man insists to confront his nemesis before knocking the latter down.
In his verse, Kodak acknowledges that he has "been doing my baby momma wrong and leaving her at home." The Florida native further spits, "I can not leave you on your own we made this child together.
Moneybagg, for his part, reveals that his girlfriend Ari Fletcher wants to have a baby but he's too busy for that. "Ari want another baby but I'm too busy chasing paper," he rhymes. "Well maybe not right now perfect timing might come later."
This was not the first time Moneybagg enlisted Kodak for a feature. In 2018, the two joined forces for "Lower Level". Speaking about the the track, the Memphis rapper said in an interview with Apple Music's Beats 1, "Anytime me and Kodak link up, there be chemistry."
"It be good. I wanted to come with a different tempo than 'Lower Level.' It took us probably like two weeks to do it when we went in there and did it," the Collective Music Group artist continued. "It came out good. I'm excited about the track. I feel like it’s the warmup."
Three years after the release of "Lower Level", Moneybagg and Kodak joined Yung Bleu on his "Angels Never Cry" off the latter's album, "Moon Boy".