6IX9INE RELEASES A NEW SONG "GOOBA

On Friday, May 8, Tekashi released his new single, "Gooba". On this new track, 6ix9ine admits to being able to snitch and talk recklessly while doing so. In the video, Tekashi's face is replaced by an emoji rat as he comes looking for all his detractors on the two-minute track.


"You're angry, I'm back/Big anger, he's angry, she's angry, big sadness/Ha-ha, I don't care, stay angry/Ah-hah, ah-hah, ah-hah/Ha-ha, bitch, I'm laughing because you're big anger/View it, cry, baby, bitch, you're sad, you tweet, you tweet me, bitch, you're sad, tell me how I threw, I came home with a big bag", 6ix9ine spits aggressively on the beat.


In this new colorful visual, 6ix9ine is accompanied by six women, including Jade, Tekashi's current girlfriend. Each of the women wear colors in the rainbow to apparently compliment the rapper, who is known to make the colors of the rainbow vibrate as well. He also shows up with his electronic bracelet, which allows him to locate himself while he serves the rest of his house arrest sentence. 6ix9ine also seems to adopt the title of snitch that was given to him by presenting a rat graph in the video, which covers his face during part of the clip.


The new title is the first record Tekashi has released after serving 16 months in prison for racketeering, gun possession and assault with a dangerous weapon - a reduced sentence he received for cooperating with former associates of the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods gang. On April 2, Judge Paul Engelmayer granted Tekashi an early release from prison because of the coronavirus outbreak. Tekashi is serving the remainder of his home sentence because of his asthma, which could have worsened and made his fight against the coronavirus difficult, had he contracted the disease in prison.


While the 23-year-old rapper is still under house arrest, he is reportedly recording two albums in the studio. 6ix9ine has also been given permission to use the internet. Tekashi made his big comeback on social media on April 5. The rapper wrote "Coming to the rescue" in the comment section of The Shade Room's post Instagram, in which the mayor of Los Angeles announced that he was rewarding citizens willing to denounce their neighbors for violating the city's house arrest order.


A few days later, 6ix9ine jumped into the commentary section of Tory Lanez's Instagram Live and made another whistle-blowing joke. "Let me play this new crap or ima snitch on you. You're not even from America, you're from Canada," he posted.


We haven't heard from 6ix9ine in a while, but the Brooklyn rapper is back. Listen to "Gooba" below.6ix9ine made his long-awaited return to music after serving time in federal prison.


On Friday, May 8th, Tekashi released his new single, "Gooba". On this new track, 6ix9ine admits to being able to snitch and talk recklessly while doing so. In the video, Tekashi's face is replaced by an emoji rat as he comes looking for all his detractors on the two-minute track.


"You're angry, I'm back/Big anger, he's angry, she's angry, big sadness/Ha-ha, I don't care, stay angry/Ah-hah, ah-hah, ah-hah/Ha-ha, bitch, I'm laughing because you're big anger/View it, cry, baby, bitch, you're sad, you tweet, you tweet me, bitch, you're sad, tell me how I threw, I came home with a big bag", 6ix9ine spits aggressively on the beat.


In this new colorful visual, 6ix9ine is accompanied by six women, including Jade, Tekashi's current girlfriend. Each of the women wear colors in the rainbow to apparently compliment the rapper, who is known to make the colors of the rainbow vibrate as well. He also shows up with his electronic bracelet, which allows him to locate himself while he serves the rest of his house arrest sentence. 6ix9ine also seems to adopt the title of snitch that was given to him by presenting a rat graph in the video, which covers his face during part of the clip.


The new title is the first record Tekashi has released after serving 16 months in prison for racketeering, gun possession and assault with a dangerous weapon - a reduced sentence he received for cooperating with former associates of the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods gang. On April 2, Judge Paul Engelmayer granted Tekashi an early release from prison because of the coronavirus outbreak. 6ix9ine is serving the remainder of his sentence.

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