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Kodak Black will perform in Miami for the first time since his release from jail.

Kodak Black has had his ups and downs in the past. Despite his chart-topping success, the Florida rapper was sent to jail for a few months. And though released, he is scheduled for another court date in February to face more charges. But LilBIGPac can rest easy for the time being. He announced his official return to Miami for a solo show at Heart Nightclub tonight, Friday, January 20.

Heart manager Jake “Inphamous” Hermelo wants the night to be dedicated to the "Project Baby" rapper.

“I want this Friday to be all about Kodak,” Hermelo says in an email to Miami New Times. “My partner Joe Ontrak and myself really want to make it special for his fans since this is his first Miami appearance since he was released from jail.”

Since his release from South Carolina detention center back in November, the South Florida has performed in various other places across the country. After tonight's show, he will continue to tour until mid-March. He is reportedly banned from South Carolina.

Known for his theatrics, he has just launched his own streetwear -- Sniper Gang Apparel -- as well as a one-sided beef with Lil Wayne

 

Kodak Black To Perform First Show In Miami Since Jail

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Kodak Black will perform in Miami for the first time since his release from jail.

Kodak Black has had his ups and downs in the past. Despite his chart-topping success, the Florida rapper was sent to jail for a few months. And though released, he is scheduled for another court date in February to face more charges. But LilBIGPac can rest easy for the time being. He announced his official return to Miami for a solo show at Heart Nightclub tonight, Friday, January 20.

Heart manager Jake “Inphamous” Hermelo wants the night to be dedicated to the "Project Baby" rapper.

“I want this Friday to be all about Kodak,” Hermelo says in an email to Miami New Times. “My partner Joe Ontrak and myself really want to make it special for his fans since this is his first Miami appearance since he was released from jail.”

Since his release from South Carolina detention center back in November, the South Florida has performed in various other places across the country. After tonight's show, he will continue to tour until mid-March. He is reportedly banned from South Carolina.

Known for his theatrics, he has just launched his own streetwear -- Sniper Gang Apparel -- as well as a one-sided beef with Lil Wayne

 

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