6ix9ine and Nicki Minaj Team Up on ‘TROLLZ’
Written by B87FM on June 12, 2020
After topping the charts with Doja Cat, Nicki Minaj groups up with 6ix9ine on their highly-anticipated collaboration “TROLLZ.”
The defiant observe finds the rap queen and rainbow-haired MC clapping again at their haters whereas getting the final chortle. “I do know you don’t like me / You wanna struggle me / All the time on my web page / By no means double faucet, like me,” raps Nicki.
She additionally boasts about her pen recreation (“My movement nonetheless sick / I ain’t speaking a pandemic / I write my very own lyrics / Numerous these bitches gimmicks”) and addresses snitches (“Talkin’ about snitches when it’s snitches in your camp”).
Twenty % of the proceeds from the track together with merch will go to The Bail Mission Inc., which offers free bail help to low-income people who can’t afford to pay bail whereas awaiting their trial.
“We wish to defend and assist the hundreds of courageous folks engaged on the entrance strains of social justice, utilizing their voices to demand AN END to the focusing on and killing of Black People by the police,” defined Nicki.
Together with the track, they’ve additionally debuted a vibrant video, which was shot within the visitor bed room of 6ix9ine’s home. Nicki, who’s rumored to be pregnant, flaunts her curvy determine in scantily-clad outfits and twerks alongside some baddies in a pool. In addition they feed one another cotton sweet, whereas 6ix9ine combs Nicki’s hair and exhibits off his ankle monitor.
The 2 beforehand labored collectively on “FEFE,” which peaked at No. three on the Billboard Sizzling 100, in addition to the Kanye West-assisted “MAMA,” each off 6ix9ine’s debut album Dummy Boy.
Regardless of the controversy surrounding his snitching, Nicki has remained loyal to Tekashi. Following his arrest in November 2018, she shared her assist for him. “After I know someone there’s nothing you possibly can inform me about him,” she mentioned. “That’s simply how it’s.”
“TROLLZ” follows 6ix9ine’s “GOOBA,” which debuted at No. three on the Billboard Sizzling 100 and racked up over 300 million views on YouTube. He additionally linked up with Akon on a sequel to “Locked Up,” which he previewed on Instagram.
And anticipate much more music from Tekashi. He has reportedly collaborated with “one of many largest gangstas in hip-hop” on an upcoming observe.