Kodak Black is one of the most flamboyant rappers ever. However, months after requesting that his contract with Atlantic Records be renegotiated so that he could compete with NBA YoungBoy, Kodak Black has landed into a new label home.

According to Billboard, after his contract ends, the Florida rapper will reportedly leave Atlantic and sign with Capitol Records instead. Kodak has two more albums to release under his current contract, one of which is Kutthroat Bill: Vol 1.

The announcement follows Orlando Wharton joining Capitol Records as executive VP and president of the relaunched Priority Records. Painting Pictures, Yak’s major label debut album released under Atlantic in 2017, debuting at No. 3 on the Billboard 200.

Since then, he has put out three more studio albums on the label, titled Dying to Live, Bill Israel, and Back for Everything, in addition to a number of mixtapes and singles that have peaked in the top three of the Billboard Hot 100.

However, when Kodak Black officially joins Capitol Records, he will join artists like Doechii, Masego, Toosii, Capella Grey, Kay Flock, and TM88 on the label’s roster. Stay tuned to Thirsty for the latest updates.

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