6ix9ine returns with his first new music of the year.
On the explosive “ZAZA,” the notorious troll stirs up more trouble while taking subliminal shots at his rivals including Meek Mill and Lil Durk. “You ain’t killed shit, you let your man’s die,” he raps, a possible reference to Durk, whose friend King Von was killed in a shootout last November. “They killed your cousin and your man and you still ain’t do shit.”
In the colorful video, Tekashi wilds out at a house party, crowd surfing in a room filled with money while surrounded by nearly-naked women.
Earlier this month, the rainbow-haired rapper came face-to-face with Meek outside an Atlanta club and filmed the confrontation, which he used in the music video. 6ix9ine zooms in on Meek at one point and adds his own commentary: “It was at this moment that he knew he fu**ed up.”
For his part, Meek claims 6ix9ine ran up on him while he was leaving the club and tried to provoke a fight “for the love of a viral moment.” Meek says he spat on him and “almost smoked him” before he retreated. Meek later previewed what appeared to be a 6ix9ine diss track, which includes the lyrics, “You a bitch, he a rat / He a fraud on the ‘Gram like ‘Who is that?’”
A defiant 6ix9ine also made reference to Meek on Instagram. “ALL THESE RAPPERS GOT MY NAME IN THEY MOUTH BUT WHEN THEY ME IN REAL LIFE THEY GOT EVERY EXCUSE IN THE WORLD ???? I KNOW! ZAZA ? THE KING IS FUCKING BACKKKKKKKKKK ‼️‼️‼️” he wrote.
“ZAZA” marks his first music since the September release of his album TattleTales, which debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard 200.