Tekashi 6ix9ine noticed within the streets forcing folks to take his CDs amid low album gross sales.
It appears to be like like Tekashi 6ix9ine is getting a style of what it’s prefer to construct credibility within the rap world the quaint approach by handing out his album to anybody within the streets who will give him an opportunity. The rainbow-haired rapper posted a video of himself handing out CD’s to passersby, apparently trolling himself for poor gross sales projections after the latest launch of his first post-prison challenge, Tattle Tales. He captioned the put up, “A technique or one other ima pressure ya to hearken to this! Since ya ain’t wish to purchase it.”
The “PUNANI” rapper has been within the headlines these days for all of the unsuitable causes, admitting he was in a “unhealthy temper” attributable to his lack of gross sales, and blaming music distributors for his album’s poor efficiency.
Pulling out two telephones on a put up complaining about his unfair remedy, Tekashi confirmed his followers that he wasn’t being listed beneath New Releases on both Apple Music or Spotify. Nonetheless, feedback from followers and fellow rappers counsel the album’s low numbers may be a results of low-quality music somewhat than poor advertising. Rapper Blueface referred to as Tattle Tales “horrible”, and the preferred touch upon 6ix9ine’s put up about being shut out by streaming service referred to the album as “rubbish.”
Preliminary projections predicted the album would transfer 150,000 models within the first week, however that quantity has now dropped to a mere 45k. Together with the album drop, Tekashi additionally put out a brand new video for his single “TUTU,” which options Blac Chyna carrying nothing however sweet sprinkles and boots. Regardless of the eye the horny imagery dropped at the album, it seems the challenge can’t be saved by stunning ladies alone. 6ix9ine made waves by locking down a formidable document deal whereas behind bars after deciding to cooperate with federal authorities in a case in opposition to fellow gang members, however now his profession may be struggling. Monetary success may very well be a matter of life and demise for the rapper who should continuously make use of non-public safety to guard himself from retaliation.