Kodak flips Meek Mill for his latest.
In his latest offering, Kodak Black does what he does best and has taken a popular backdrop and molded it into his own as he hops on Meek Mill’s “We Ball” to give us “Poetical G.”
On “Poetical G,” we’ll find Kodak Black on his instrospective tip as he waxes, “All the love I got for you is never gone change /Shit ain’t never, never, ever gone be the same.” Produced by Wheezy, “We Ball” originally appeared on Meek Mill’s Wins & Losses, the Philadelphia rapper’s third studio album.
Featuring Young Thug, the cut worked as a moment of instrospection for Meek as well as he opened up about the grief and mourning with which he dealt following the 2013 death of Lil Snupe, Meek’s protege at the time of his death.
Shawty say she love me, so she tatted my name
So I ever leave her then I’m leavin’ a stain
Leavin’ ’em all, tryna hide the scars
I can’t hide my cardinality, my personality
I am who I are