Tekashi 6ix9ine has been very consistent with the release of his new singles as it all started with his “GOOBA” single in early May. It debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart but he still accused Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber of using six credit cards to pay for streams to get the No. 1 spot for their “Stuck With U.” On June 12, he released his “TROLLZ” collab with Nicki Minaj which debuted at No. 1.
TROLLZ ended up experiencing the biggest drop for a No. 1 debut in Billboard Hot 100 history though two weeks later as it went to 34. 6ix9ine has been celebrating every win and discussing every beef and controversy since being released from prison early in April due to coronavirus concerns but hasn’t spoken on this. The Brooklyn rapper is now back with another song titled “Yaya” and has also released the music video for it as it’s sung in Spanish.
The music video featured a colorful background with plenty of beautiful women all around 6ix9ine. He also oddly had a lot of milk poured on him as well. The response for this song has been much better compared to that of GOOBA and Trollz. 6ix9ine is definitely reaching another audience with this Spanish song and can very well be an international hit. The release of Yaya may be coming from contractual obligations he has with 10k Projects that he signed in October, though.
6ix9ine had signed a record deal with the Los Angeles-based record label for $10 million. In this contract, it states that he must release an album in English and Spanish. As of now, it has not been revealed which one will be released first. 6ix9ine originally blew up in 2018 with the release of his “GUMMO” single and future looked bright.
6ix9ine ended up getting put in federal custody for a racketeering case in November of that year. That comes from crimes committed with the Nine Trey Bloods.
That month, 6ix9ine’s debut studio album, ‘Dummy Boy,’ debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart. In December of last year, he avoided 47 years in prison at his trial. That was after snitching on Nine Trey in September. He still received two years in prison but got credit for time served. He is now on house arrest until he’s officially a free man next month. He has since been bashed by names in hip-hop such as Meek Mill and Snoop Dogg for snitching despite the fact that Nine Trey robbed and kidnapped him in his hometown of Brooklyn in the summer of 2018.
En menos de 1 hora YAYA de 6ix9ine ya tuvo medio millón de likes en YouTube, no era que lo querían cancelar?
— Juicy Lu (@juicy_lu_) July 3, 2020