Kodak Black has made many headlines in his 21 years - mostly for his viral hits with rappers like Lil Pump (Gnarly), Travis Scott (ZEZE) and more, and some for his stints in jail.
Now in a new short documentary, Kodak's spoken about his time in prison, what it was like when he got out (he went to Walmart first thing!), the making of his latest album Dying To Live, changing his name and his work ethic in the studio.
He also talks about his track and video with Lil Pump, Gnarly, and wanting to work with - wait for it - Ed Sheeran on the track.
"I was listening to Ed Sheeran a lot, so I'm listening to his music, like ugh! You feel me! I'm thinking I gotta do something with this boy!"
He also gets personal about his family, in particular his relationship with his mum and his son, King.
It's a pretty raw look at the rapper's very interesting journey and lends a deeper understanding of the tracks on Dying To Live.