Tekashi 6ix9ine Lands $10M 2 Album Deal

By on October 10, 2019
Another day, another Tekashi 6ix9ine development. As his December 18 sentencing date looms, the polarizing rapper is reportedly making big business moves behind bars.
According to TMZ, the platinum-selling artist has landed a record contract worth roughly $10 million.
Due to his cooperation, 6ix9ine could be out as soon as early 2020. He reportedly plans to reject the witness protection program and get right back to work.
He allegedly purchased two beats from a burgeoning New York City producer and is anxious to resume his relatively brief — yet undeniably successful —  rap career.
His official debut album, Dummy Boy, rivaled Travis Scott’s Astroworld for the No. 1 Billboard 200 spot upon its December 2018 release. It sold 65,598 total album equivalent units in its first week.


Sources close to the currently imprisoned rapper say he just cut the deal with his former label 10K Projects and will be expected to deliver two new albums — one in English and one in Spanish
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