The evening of May 2 will include hard-hitting HipHop songs, so be sure to mark your calendars. Firebrand 6ix9ine, a popular American rapper, recently shared the news that he will be making a one-time appearance in Israel this coming spring.
Rapper Tekashi (real name: Daniel Hernandez) broke out in 2017 with the viral song “Gummo,” which has already collected over 800 million views on YouTube. The number of people who have seen his “Fefe” music video with Nicki Minaj has risen beyond one billion.
After being found guilty of racketeering charges and receiving a two-year jail sentence, he temporarily stepped away from it.
Following Hernandez’s confession to helping prosecutors convict some of his former Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods partners, he was widely condemned by those in the Hip Hop world for “snitching.”
Both of Tekashi’s albums, Day69 and Dummy Boy, debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, but the real excitement comes from seeing him play live. His next gig in Israel promises to be no exception.
His public persona is a combination of his violent and explosive manner, his copious tattoos, and his well-publicized feuds with other celebrities.
You won’t want to miss this show if you’re a die-hard fan or have even the slightest bit of interest in him. Rappers Peled, Shahar Soul, Eden Derso, and others from Israel will be special guests throughout the evening.