Tekashi 6ix9ine working on two new albums following prison release

The rapper is currently in home confinement.

Tekashi 6ix9ine isn’t wasting any time following his recent release from prison. According to his attorney, the rapper is already planning to work on two albums while confined at home due to the coronavirus.

Speaking to Complex, 6ix9ine’s lawyer Dawn Florio confirmed that the rapper is taking advantage of his home confinement to work on new music. Florio said that 6ix9ine is gearing up to drop two new albums, one in Spanish and the other in English. Both records will be released on the rapper’s 10K Projects label.

Florio said that she had discussed the rapper’s comeback with 6ix9ine’s entertainment attorney Bob Celestin, adding that his return to music will come sooner than you think. “He already got an advance for all those millions of dollars,” she said. “So he’s gotta put out those two albums as soon as possible. I can confirm that from Bob.”


6ix9ine⁠—real name Daniel Hernandez⁠—was granted early release from prison due to coronavirus health concerns. The rapper, who was initially due for release in August, was let out following an appeal from one of his lawyers. The request cited his history of asthma as a reason to serve the remainder of his two-year sentence “from home confinement under government surveillance.”

During his court hearing in December, 6ix9ine said that he wants to do better after prison.

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