Tekashi 6ix9ine Releases First Song Since Release From Prison

Daniel Hernandez
Daniel Hernandez

A little more than a month after Daniel Hernandez walked out of prison due to worries about the spread of coronavirus, the rapper is known as Tekashi 6ix9ine has released his first song as well.

After being guilty of a litany of charges, including racketeering and armed robbery, following his November 2018 capture, Hernandez collaborated widely with government specialists during his preliminary.

The outcome was different people from the Nine Trey Bloods, including pioneers like Anthony “Harv” Ellison and Aljermiah “Nuke” Mack being indicted on an assortment of charges. Consequently, Hernandez got an incredibly diminished sentence of two years.

He’s carrying out the rest of his punishment under house capture and is under government watch, yet the conditions of his discharge permit him to discharge music, record music recordings, and come back to social media.

On Friday morning, Tekashi 6ix9ine notices showed up in Times Square reporting his arrival. By the evening, he had discharged a music video for another melody, flaunting his lower leg screen for the camera.

“GOOBA,” from its trap beat to its two-minute runtime, is an unmistakable come back to pre-capture Tekashi 6ix9ine tricks. He makes a point to train in on his depreciators by saying they’re “big mad” that he’s come back from jail to a “big bad.” The music is punishingly obtuse and apparently intended to incite: For a short second, it incorporates a CGI rodent head over Tekashi’s face — an over-the-top gesture to his declaration against his previous posse subsidiaries a year ago.

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