Kodak Black Aims to Change Ways in “Calling My Spirit” Video

"It's like every song I'm on, I be calling my spirits."

Kodak Black Calling My Spirit Video
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Kodak Black shares a new video to accompany his recently released track “Calling My Spirit.”

In the short clip, Kodak addresses the prison system and more controversial subjects. The visual transitions between shots of the Florida rapper sitting in a cherry red chair while surrounded by a group of women standing beside him. The visual also depicts a man in prison getting handcuffs placed on his wrists, while another scene shows Kodak as a God-like figure as white clouds surround him.

The 21-year-old has been in the studio consistently since his prison release last August, dropping tracks like “If I’m Lying, I’m Flying” and “Zeze.” Kodak’s sophomore studio album Dying To Live arrives Dec. 14.