Kodak Black Surprises Fans W/ New Bill Israel Album

Florida rapper Kodak Black isn’t letting his legal crunch stop greatness. The hip-hop star has come through with the much-needed release of his new Bill Israel solo album.

Kodak Black Drops Bill Israel Album

Seemingly out of nowhere, Black’s Instagram page announced the LP’s release. Despite most albums coming out on Fridays, Kodak’s team decided to hit the green light on its rollout 48 hours earlier.

““Bill Israel” Out Now On All Platforms ?????”

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“Bill Israel” Out Now On All Platforms ?????

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Kodak Black drops Bill Israel album.

Hip-Hop Supports Kodak Black

The biggest names in the rap game have shared support for Black. Everyone from Gucci Mane and Tory Lanez to 21 Savage have hyped up the new LP.

“Me & @kodakblack GOT FIRE COMING NEXT WEEK ????? ☔️☔️ #SniperGangxOneUmbrella …. SCARY SIGHT ???”

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Me & @kodakblack GOT FIRE COMING NEXT WEEK ????? ☔️☔️ #SniperGangxOneUmbrella …. SCARY SIGHT ???

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We ain’t forgot about you gang free @kodakblack go get that !!!!

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Kodak Black + Tory Lanez Collaboration

Recently, buzz developed about Kodak and Tory Lanez having some new music brewing. A snippet found itself circulating online featuring both hip-hop entertainers on the same record.

KB Gets New Prison

According to Black’s attorney Bradford Cohen, the Sunshine State native was recently moved to a federal prison in Illinois after he sued for mistreatment in Kentucky. It’s a high-security location and guards are reportedly treating Black better.

Kodak’s change of scenery comes after we first reported on his lawsuit against the Federal Bureau of Prisons for alleged torture … he claimed his life was a living hell at Big Sandy maximum security prison. The BOP tells us Kodak was transferred from Big Sandy to FTC Oklahoma City on Oct. 5 — just 2 weeks after Kodak filed his lawsuit — and a few days later, Kodak was transferred to Thomson. BTW … the BOP tells us FTC Oklahoma City acts as a transfer center, which is why the feds moved Kodak again shortly after his arrival. Kodak’s attorney says he spoke with KB on the phone Wednesday, and KB told him he was glad to be out of Big Sandy. One reason — Cohen says Kodak told him the guards at Thomson are more professional. (TMZ)

Kodak Black gets new home.