Tekashi 6ix9ine will be releasing a new song on the 29th of may and promises to break the Internet. Photo of Vladimir / Wikimedia Commons (Photo: Vladimir / CC BY (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0))
A few days after launch accusations against Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande, Tekashi 6ix9ine announced that it will release new music soon. The rapper recently released from prison also he promised that his next song will break the Internet.
Tekashi 6ix9ine, real name Daniel Hernández, visited Instagram to announce the release date of the continuation of his hit song, “Gooba”. He shared a photo of himself with a kitten in each hand while informing their fans that they will be releasing a new song on the 29th of may.
He said that his next song will break the record established when he launched the “Gooba” on the 8th of may. The music video of the song broke the record existing YouTube for the most amount of views of a video of hip-hop in its first 24 hours.
The MV recorded 43 million views in its first day, the highest in the history of YouTube for a song of hip-hop. The record had previously Eminem for his song, “Killshot”, in 2018, which accumulated 38.1 million visits in 24 hours on the platform to share videos. At the time of writing, the music video “Gooba” has more than 213 million views on YouTube.
The announcement of Tekashi 6ix9ine came after claims that they could buy the number 1 place in the Billboard charts. He also accused Bieber and Grande of cheating to ensure the top spot in Billboard Hot 100.
When the site ranking launched its latest list Hot 100 on 18 may, the simple solidarity of collaboration of Justin and Ari, “Stuck With You”, occupied the first place. “Say So” of Doja Cat and Nicki Minaj was in the number 2, leaving “Gooba” of Tekashi in the third place.
Then, Tekashi accused the team of Grande and Bieber-to-use six credit cards to buy tens of thousands of copies of your song. In his video posted on IG earlier this week, the rapper stated that there was a significant increase in the units sold by “Stuck With U” on the 14th of may, the last day of the week of follow-up, and stated that half of the 60,000 units sold were purchased with only six credit cards.
The duo, however, denied the allegation. Bieber responded to the accusation of the rapper in a statement posted on its history of Instagram.
The singer of “Yummy”, he emphasized that the 60,000 units that 6ix9ine are questioning came at the end of the week crawl because intentionally did not reveal the number until the end of the week. Justin added that the rule of the Billboard is clear: a credit card can only buy a maximum of copies.
Also, Billboard released a statement that reveals the sales ‘ respective “Stuck With U” and “Gooba”. According to Billboard, the song of Justin and Ariana got 28.1 million of transfers in the EE. UU., 26.3 million of radio audiences and 108,000 sales, all in the week of follow-up. In comparison, the “Gooba” of 6ix9ine obtained 55.3 million transmissions in the united states. UU. 172,000 on radio, and 24,000 sales.
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