Somewhere over the rainbow, 6ix9ine's fate hangs in the balance. Facing a fork in the road, in which one path leads to decades in prison while the other leads to a possible 2020 release, with one being substantially better than the other. Either way you spin it, his absence has left a small void in the game, though perhaps a welcome one to some. Yet it has raised questions in equal measure. Now, the most important question one must wrestle with is, in essence, a simple one: do you miss him?
Should the answer be a resounding "yes," perhaps you can take solace in the fact that Tekashi 6ix9ine has once again returned, albeit in an unconventional fashion. Rapper slash producer JASIAH recently dropped off a new collaboration with 6ix9ine called "Case 19," which finds both parties bringing that mosh-pit energy into the fold. JASIAH, who has previously worked with Lyrical Lemonade, Yung Bans, and Travis Barker, is well suited with Tekashi on a cadential basis; both rappers half-scream, half-snarl their bars, an Emo take on the Onyx of yore.
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Choppa got a whole lot of kick, boy
Choppa hold a 100, I don't miss, boy
Duct tape wrapped around the clips, boy
Dump one, flip back in, boy
Talk to me nice or don't talk at all
Shooters got the tool, it's busting off