The Best Kodak Black Albums, Ranked From Worst to Best

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Even though the title says "from worst to best," there's nothing bad to say about any Kodak Black album. There's no such thing as "the worst" when talking about Kodak's music. Kodak Black, the chart-topping rapper from Pompano Beach, Florida, has become a name that resounds in the rap industry. Known for his unique style that blends elements of trap, drill, and soul, he has managed to carve out a special niche for himself. Over the years, he's dropped albums that not only dominate the charts but also offer depth in lyricism and thematic consistency. Below, we dive into the top 5 (studio recorded) Kodak Black albums, exploring the essence that makes each one a standout.

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5. 'Bill Israel'

Year of Release: 2020

4. 'Back for Everything'

Year of Release: 2022

3. 'Pistolz & Pearlz'

Year of Release: 2023

2. 'Dying to Live'

Year of Release: 2018

1. 'Painting Pictures'

Year of Release: 2017

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