Kodak Black “ZeZe” Video Featuring Travis Scott and Offset: Go Behind the Scenes With Rappers
It's Kodak Black Friday (Nov. 23). The South Florida rapper delivers the new visual for his popular Travis Scott and Offset-assisted single "Zeze."
Directed by Travis Scott, the visual starts off with a phone message from someone at Atlantic Records warning Kodak not to screw this video up. "Just remember: no guns, no drugs, no violence. Don't blow my fucking budget. And whatever you do please make the shit look good," the voice threatens.
Of course, from there, hi jinks ensue. The person tasked with directing the video seems to be short on experience but long on telling people what to do, which he does throughout the whole video. In the mean time, the meta visual is shot using a series of green screen visual displays that portray the rappers in different locations including underwater, in a snow storm with twerking dancers and surfing on a car on top of bubbling lava. It's entertaining to say the least.
The single currently sits at No. 9 on the Billboard Hot 100 and has been remixed by the likes of Tyga, Joyner Lucas and others.
Kodak has kept busy since coming home from jail, first linking with Gucci Mane and Bruno Mars on the single "Wake Up in the Sky" and having since released a few new bangers. Most recently, he put out the single "Take One."
Watch Kodak Black's new "Zeze" video featuring Travis Scott and Offset below.
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