Tekashi 6ix9ine celebrating his birthday out of the prison releasing a soundtrack named ‘GOOBA’. The controversial rapper with a real name Daniel Hernandez released from the prison back in April. He was released from the jail because of his Asthma which makes him susceptible to get easily affected by Coronavirus.
Though he still has to complete his two-year prison sentence being at house arrest for the remaining time left. But it seems like he is enjoying the house arrest and being equally creative. Also using the time to maximize the time to create new tracks that he have during the quarantine.
The Track ‘GOOBA’
The video of the track GOOBA shot in the back yard of his house. He took special permission from the judge especially to make the video. The music video has all the visuals and hallmarks that made 6ix9ine himself. He was overflowed in rainbow exaggeration in the track not maintaining the social distancing rule. In this video, he encompassed at least six females and even a Dalmatian puppy.
The video also has some lyrics describing clout chasing which sounds like – ‘ B*tch I am clout’. Along with the rhetorical – ‘Are you dumb, stupid or dumb ?’.
Back in October, he signed a USD 10 million record deal with the 10k Projects. The GOOBA soundtrack release is the part of the project. The music video has over 60 million views and 3.5 million likes in the last 2 days.
The rapper has to take measures of law motive with information of wealth of uncharted territory with Nine Trey Bloods members. Also, 6ix9ine bespoke that Cardi B and Jim Jones were members of the Bloods. Rapper YG replied at Tekashi because of the posting information.
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Apart from Tekashi 6ix9ine’s GOOBA, there is another quarantine released videos. They are ‘Stack With U’ By Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber which you can watch right here. And a mixtape of Lil Tjay’s new track State of Emergency featuring Pop Smoke and Fivio Foreign.