Earlier this week Kodak previewed his newest album at the historic Harlem Parish.
Kodak takes the cake for having the most creative and cleverly themed album listening of 2018. The “Dying To Live” listening was truly a holy occasion. The beautiful parish was adorned with Kodak imagery, but not just regular Kodak, Saint Kodak. Kodak’s face was on prayer candles, “church” pamphlets, fans and much, much more. The evening featured complimentary cocktails, a live choir performance, album playback followed by even more free cocktails at the end of the night. The choir did covers of Kodak classics such as “Roll In Peace” and “Skrt” with orchestra and piano accompaniment.
Following a run through of the classics, was the album playback. During the playback the head of Atlantic Records, Julie Greenwald, awarded Kodak with plaque for his latest hit ZEZE. Kodak was sitting on a pew near the stage enjoying his new project with fans. “Gnarly” featuring Lil Pump and Moshpit featuring Juice Wrld were standout tracks from the project. Guests partied and danced to Kodak’s new album and even went home with a Kodak candle, hand fan, and a mini version of the Haitian flag. “Dying To Live” is out now on all streaming platforms.