"I'm away, but I ain't gone."

Those were the words written by Kodak Black when he released the video for "Too Many Years," featuring PnB Rock. The introspective cut is off the Florida rapper's Lil B.I.G. Pac mixtape from 2016.

Pretty much, the song is about Black having one foot in the music industry and one foot in the legal system, and the video uses real footage of him in court. There's also a scene of the 19-year-old dressed sharply in a blue blazer and a slew of gold chains, while he spits about trying to fix his personal life.

"He put a buckshot in a n----'s behind / No daddy so I grew up to the street life / But my son, I'ma keep him in the beehive / Scheming on a heist, I need to change my life," he raps.

In another part of the clip, PnB Rock delivers the hook in a graveyard, while sitting on someone's burial, puffing a blunt — which is something you don't see everyday.

At the moment, Kodak is still behind bars for violating his probation last month, and he won't be out until at least March 20. You can check out his "Too Many Years" video above.

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