Last week, 6ix9ine’s collaborator Nicki Minaj confirmed that the rapper’s Dummy Boy album would be pushed back until further notice. It’s now been confirmed that the LP will be released (Nov. 27).
In a report published by TMZ, it was revealed that Tekashi, who is currently in a federal detention center after being arrested on federal racketeering and firearms charges on Nov. 18, has inked a new distribution deal with Create Music Group. He will now be using the label’s distribution sector to distribute Dummy Boy, which was originally set to be released through Caroline and Capitol Music Group.
Apparently, Tekashi, Capitol and Caroline faced a disagreement following the leaking of his album, which was originally set to be released last Friday (Nov. 23). Tekashi decided to turn to Create Music Group because he wants his music released to his fans as soon as possible.
This will mark the “Fefe” rapper’s first time using Create Music Group as a distributor, though they’ve worked with him for a couple years now.
Dummy Boy will feature guest appearances from the best of the best including Kanye West, Nicki Minaj, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Gunna, Trife Drew and more.