Atlantic recording artist Kodak Black has announced the release of his hugely anticipated street album. “PAINTING PICTURES” arrives at last on Friday, March 31st.

“PAINTING PICTURES” includes all new music recorded from Christmas 2016 to present day and features the breakout single, “Tunnel Vision,” currently climbing towards the top of Billboard’s “Hot 100” at #6 – Kodak’s first “Hot 100” hit and highest charting single to date. “Tunnel Vision” is also now at #4 on Billboard’s “Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs” chart and #3 on “Streaming Songs.” The track proved an instant streaming sensation upon its official release last month, earning more than 11 million streams in its first week alone and total streams now exceeding 60 million streams. “Tunnel Vision” is available now at all DSPs and streaming services.

Tunnel Vision” is joined by an equally popular companion video. The provocative clip has quickly racked up more than 75 million streams and counting at Kodak’s official YouTube channel.

“PAINTING PICTURES” is heralded by an exclusive new documentary, presented exclusively by World Star Hip Hop. The film – which follows Kodak after his December 2016 release from a South Carolina jail and culminates four days before his recent return to custody – will premiere in two cities throughout next week: New York (Thursday, March 30th) and Fort Lauderdale (Friday, March 31st). The screenings will also include limited edition merchandise for fans to purchase.

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