Kodak Black gifted fans with a Christmas surprise, unveiling his spacey, atmospheric track "Harriet Tubman" on Wednesday (Dec. 25).
On the deeply personal new single, the rapper equates his upbringing to abolitionist icon Harriet Tubman running north on the Underground Railroad.
"Feel like Harriet Tubman/ I ain't stop, I kept runnin'/ They was actin' funny/ I said the money train coming, I feel like Harriet Tubman/ I was posted on the ugly, I was caught in tracks/ Came back with some money," Kodak raps on the breathless chorus.
The rapper dropped the track from prison, where he's currently serving a 46-month sentence on a federal weapons charge stemming from his arrest last May ahead of taking the stage at Rolling Loud Miami.
"Harriet Tubman" arrives just days after Black donated money and gifts to Floridian families in need for Christmas.
Stream "Harriet Tubman" below.