New York rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine is giving fans a reason to clear their schedules this Friday. The hip-hop entertainer has announced his new “YAYA” song is slated to premiere heading into the Fourth of July.
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Last night, 6ix9ine hyped up his third single. Tekashi went the extra mile by vowing its music video would be the best visual he’s put out.
“THIS IS THE BEST ONE I DID SO FAR ??????❤️?” -Tekashi 6ix9ine’s Instagram
On Monday, 6ix9ine hit up Instagram with the ultimate thirst trap-motivated clip. In the footage, he’s in his at-home studio with a vixen turning up to a new Spanish-influenced banger.
“200,000 comments IF YOU WANT THIS RIGHT NOW ??????? THIS FRIDAY YAYA ?????? WE BREAKING THE INTERNET??? PARAAAAA MI GENTE LATINAAAAAAAAAAA ??????LATINO AMERICA !!!!” -Tekashi 6ix9ine’s Instagram
Wait, There’s More
Last weekend, Tek went to his Instagram page to deliver big news. In addition to revealing he has just over a month left before getting the green light to leave his home, Tekashi 6ix9ine also promised to drop a music video this week.
“NEW MUSIC VIDEO THIS FRIDAY JULY 3RD #1 SONG IN THE COUNTRY 1st SONG HOME PLATINUM MOST WATCHED HIP HOP VIDEO IN 24 HOURS ………… ALL FROM MY LIVING ROOM ?” -Tekashi 6ix9ine’s Instagram
“So I have about 34 more days until house arrest is over. About 34 more days and then the ankle monitor comes off and the King of New York is back on the street. I’m gonna give y’all one more music video. Just picture this, right. I’ve been on house arrest. I broke a whole lot of records. Since I’ve been home, the first song out of jail platinum. I have the number one record in the world from house arrest. I’ve been shooting all the music videos from my living room. I’m gonna give y’all one more music video. Picture the noise I’m gonna make when I’m outside. Don’t worry about that. July 3, a new music video.” -Tekashi 6ix9ine
Before You Go
Recently, Tekashi went online and didn’t simmer down on major name-dropping and finger-pointing. 6ix9ine went off on a couple industry people connected to streaming services and an entire anti-Tekashi group for trying to stop his success.