Kodak Black, or Bill K. Kapri, is a controversial American rapper, best known for his singles ‘Roll in Peace,’ ‘Tunnel Vision,’ and ‘No Flockin.’ Born and raised in Florida, he belonged to a family with Haitian roots. Since he was a teenager, he wanted to become a rapper and worked hard toward his goal. He expanded his vocabulary and spent a lot of time in recording studios. However, his shady locality dragged him into all kinds of petty crime. While in school, he got into a lot of fights and was apprehended several times for breaking and entering into houses. At the age of 12, he started taking his music career seriously and joined a group named ‘Brutal Youngnz.’ He later worked with another group named ‘The Kolyons.’ In 2013, he released his first mixtape, ‘Project Baby,’ and then released ‘Heart of the Projects’ and ‘Institution.’ Drake once shared a video of him dancing to Kodak’s song ‘Skrt,’ which brought Kodak immense fame. In 2017, he released his debut studio album, ‘Painting Pictures,’ which reached the third spot on the ‘Billboard 200’ chart.