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Tekashi 6ix9ine Breaks Eminem’s YouTube Debut Record With ‘GOOBA’ Song

American rapper, Tekashi 6ix9ine, recently returned to the music scene with a brand new single titled ‘GOOBA.’  His music video breaks record as it surpasses ’s ‘Killshot’ released in 2018.

Following his return to the music scene last week Friday, the popular rapper released his first-prison single titled ‘GOOBA’ along with the music video.

The rainbow-haired rapper has also broken a record for hip hop videos on YouTube. According to reports, the visuals for ‘GOOBA’ garnered the most views ever within twenty four hours of its release. This makes it the biggest 24 hour hip hop debut in history. The music video garnered over forty three million views within the first day of its release. ‘GOOBA’ currently has over 61 million views.

Tekashi 6ix9ine has broken a record for ’s song in 2018 titled ‘Killshot.’ It was an audio that was released to diss Machine Gun Kelly. It garnered over 38.1 million views on YouTube within the first day of its release.

The controversial artist has also broken a record that was previously set by Tory Lanez and as having the most viewers on an Live session. 6ix9ine had over 2 million viewers at once who tuned into his Instagram Live stream to watch the artist. This has broken Tory Lanez’s record of three hundred thousand viewers that was set during an episode of his popular ‘ Radio.’

6ix9ine definitely broke records as he returned to the music scene. However, he was not welcomed by all. For example, some of his fellow rappers have expressed their distaste about Tekashi snitching on his gang members.

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