Daniel Hernandez popularly known as Tekashi 6ix9ine is a 24-year-old rapper. A month back, he dropped a banger music video on YouTube “Gooba” which was highly successful and broke the record of most views within 24 hours of release by garnering 43.55 million views. Gooba also featured on top songs of Billboard Hot 100 chart this week.
This was the largest debut figure by a hip-hop video. It broke the record of Eminem’s “Killshot,” a diss on Machine Gun Kelly which held the record previously.
Tekashi dropped his first post-prison song on Friday, 8th May. He planned to drop a new video next Friday, 22nd May. However, 6ix9ine pushed the release date back to 29th May. Due to the ongoing protest for the death of George Floyd, he didn’t feel it right to upload a song then. He announced it to drop the music video on 12th June.
Trollz breaking records
As said the music videos goes live on YouTube on Friday. The pair hyped the record by getting on Instagram Live together. Both address their haters through straight on point lyrics. As per Nicki’s Instagram post, the duo is going to donate a portion of the sale proceeds of song as well as merch to the bail project.
After hitting YouTube, Trollz turned out to be a huge storm. In its first 24 hours of release it became the most viewed hip hop song on YouTube. Trollz managed to get 46 million views breaking his own previous record.
Nicki announced this huge news through her Instagram post. “Thank you for watching y’all 🙏 #TrollzVideo just broke the record for most views ever in 24 hours for a hip hop video. 🌈♥️🎀🎈🎉🥰 46 million & counting 😘,” captioned the post.
There were a lot of rappers as well as people who thought it would be over for Tekashi after his prison sentence. But he proved all of them wrong. He uploaded a video taunting that he made so much money even on being house arrest.