Tekashi 6ix9ine, author of gooba, He has just released his second song since he was released from jail in April for fear of contracting Covid-19. under the title of trollz, Tekashi 6ix9ine signs his second collaboration with none other than Nicki Minaj, with whom he has already rapped in FEFE. The American has been and is the biggest name that has supported Daniel Hernández throughout his brief musical career. That Nicki Minaj continues to believe and trust Tekashi at this time (in which the entire industry tries to hide him and discredit him for having collaborated in the FBI investigation) could mean everything to Daniel Hernández.
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6ix9ine makes his cards clear with Trollz
Since long before 6ix9ine was released from prison, a question flew over the room: what will Six Nine's professional and musical career be like after he is released from prison? What will she rap about? Will she have a musical career?
After the release of their first single, gooba, and with the publication today of trollz, We already have a solid answer to the unknown: Six Nine does not care about everything. Tekashi doesn't care that they call him a sneak and that his street cred be on the ground. Once he collaborated with the authorities in the trial of the Nine Trey gang, Six Nine's argument has become the following: “Your Honor, don't call me a whistleblower because in the rap music industry EVERYONE is a whistleblower. There is no real rapper.”
6ix9ine stars in another very famous IG Live
One hour before filing trollz, Six Nine has returned to star in one of his famous IG LIVE (again, the 2nd since he was released) in which he has supported the aforementioned thesis and, incidentally, attacked a few rappers. Meek Mill, Snoop Dogg and Future have been the main victims.
Unlike the Live from a month ago (which reached two million viewers), this one has been a little more decaffeinated than viewers: 800.000. Although the figure is still astronomical, it is certainly shown that this second appearance has generated much less expectation than the first. Perhaps the schedule (midnight in New York). had something to do with it. Or maybe not. Perhaps we are facing a slow beginning of the end of the interest generated by 6ix9ine?
6ix9ine vs. Meek Mill
Rapper Meek Mill (ex-partner of Nicki Minaj) has been one of the figures who has attacked Six Nine the most since he left prison. Meek Mill has accused him of being false and cowardly, going so far as to ask him on numerous occasions to leave the world of music due to the aforementioned collaboration that Six Nine has offered to the US Department of Justice.
To attack Meek Mill, Six Nine has attacked Desiree Perez, the rapper's lawyer who in 2008 helped him avoid jail (for possession of a firearm). Tekashi 6ix9ine has repeated in disbelief that how is it possible that Meek Mill is related to a woman who in 1990 collaborated with the DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) in an investigation in which the lawyer came to place a hidden microphone to incriminate drug traffickers.
What 6ix9ine seems to have overlooked is that there is a very important difference between a lawyer (and, in this case, a Roc Nation record company executive) and a rapper like him: the lawyer has never starred in songs and video clips in which she claimed be the baddest in town. Six Nine, yeah.
The lawyer has never incurred in any contradiction, since her livelihood has always been based on compliance with the law. Rappers who play with drugs and guns are not in a position to say the same. And, for this reason, if they are involved in legal problems and they decide to collaborate to avoid jail, the rest of the hip hop community discredits them, because we must not forget that hip hop, as a countercultural movement, has an anti-system spirit anchored in the very roots that raised it more than four decades ago.
6ix9ine vs. Future and Snoop Dogg
Although Six Nine has focused most of its shots on Meek Mill, it has also left something for Future and the legendary Snoop Dogg. Future has been criticized up to four times for rapping about drugs and "never having been arrested" in a case of drug trafficking or possession (?). Snoop Dogg, for his part, has been called a sneak again. You can read more about Tekashi 6ix9ine vs Snoop Dogg in this article.
We will have to wait until September 2020 to listen to Tekashi 6ix9ine's new album. In addition to GOOBA y trollz, Hernandez's second album will include a song with Akon: Locked Up pt 2.