Tekashi 6ix9ine, who recently released his second studio album ‘Tattle Tales,’ hit the streets to make people listen to his album; the 24-year-old rapper distributed his own album for free in-person and shared those moments through his verified Instagram account.
In the video, the rainbow rapper is seen giving away copies of his album by a subway station. The caption of the video read:
“One way or another I force you to listen to this! Since you ain’t want to buy it.”
As remember, in multiple sources, it was stated that the album had poor sales projections. So much so that, the new release was headed for the top 10, however, it did not reach the summit. Journalist Geoff Mayfield from Variety wrote that 6ix9ine has not stopped talking, rapping, and trolling since the ‘Tattle Tales’ was released, but, it was not enough to lift his new album.
What’s more, regarding this issue, the rapper, whose real name is Daniel Hernandez, previously accused both Apple Music and Spotify of blocking distribution, and showed his anger via Instagram posts.
Following the mentioned video, 6ix9ine posted another video, in which he appears tearing posters of his album, and captioned it with the following words:
“My mom still thinks I’m a winner.”
See below to view the mentioned Instagram post.