6ix9ine teams up with a puzzling French craftsman for “Aulos Reloaded.”
This month, Tekashi 6ix9ine concluded that he was sick of being the “Ruler of New York” and in spite of the fact that he’s welcome to recover the position of authority at whatever point he needs, the humming star lean towards flaunting his abilities to an European market. On the off chance that you’ve been to a gathering in Europe over the most recent five years, you know techno is immense over yonder. Electronic music in general is one of the greatest classes in most European nations thus, normally, 6ix9ine is getting his feet wet in that perspective.
The New Yorker has already worked together with some dark demonstrations from Europe however this is maybe the most baffling joint yet. Vladimir Cauchemar discharged the first “Aulos” months prior, utilizing a conspicuous recorder test to create a truly remarkable instrumental. Tekashi more likely than not heard it and requested to make a remix on the grounds that here we are, tuning in to the man shouting over the French maker’s beat. As the “Lord of Europe,” we’re probably going to hear a couple of more coordinated efforts among 6ix9ine and European craftsmen or makers.
Elsewhere in the world, Tekashi has been prodding his up and coming single, created by Tay Keith, which is set to make a big appearance on Sunday. He’s promising to go 10/10 on the diagrams with it and, up until this point, it appears to have every one of the components of his next outline achievement. In any case, what do you think about his commitments to “Aulos Reloaded?”