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Kodak Black Got Spooky With New 'Halloween' Song

(Radio.com) Happy "Halloween" from Kodak Black. The rapper got into the spirit of the spooky holiday by releasing a new track, appropriately titled "Halloween," on Halloween (Oct. 31).

Despite lyrics that proclaim he "should've been born on Halloween," Black ends the melodic track by letting fans know that he is "not satanic."

Check out Kodak's latest, which contains explicit language, here.


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