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8 November 2018, 13:00
The 'GUMMO' rapper has announced the release of his upcoming project 'Dummy Boy'. 6ix9ine also teased one of the projects possible tracks, produced by Hip-Hop hitmaker Scott Storch.
Tekashi 6ix9ine has announced his latest project, 'Dummy Boy', scheduled for release on 23rd November.
The rainbow-haired rapper, real name Daniel Hernandez, debuted the project's cover art on Instagram - it features a colourful cartoon version of 6ix9ine himself, with his signature face tattoos on show.
"DUMMY BOY OFFICIAL COVER," he wrote as the caption. "COMMENT IF YOU READY FOR THIS PROJECT. WATCH ME OUTSELL EVEYBODY SUCK MY D*CK. NOVEMBER 23RD."
Shortly after the announcement, the 'GUMMO' rapper jumped on the 'gram again to debut a new song he's working on with esteemed Hip-Hop producer, Scott Storch.
"I CANT STOP MAKING HITS. YESTERDAY I GOT IN THE STUDIO AND I SAID “YOU KNOW WHAT” IM PUTTIN OUT A PROJECT NOVEMBER 23RD," he captioned the clip.
"NOTHING BUT F*CKING BILLBOARD HITS," he added before tagging Storch and Tory Lanez, who can be heard singing on the track. It's unclear if the track will stop before the album does.
The Brooklyn rapper is currently involved in an ongoing beef with rapper YG following a number of vicious run-ins. Most recently, 6ix9ine trolled YG after his car crashed into someone's home.
Earlier this week, the Bronx native launched a verbal attack on YG following an altercation with his affiliate, Slim 400.