Tekashi has signed with a new distribution company in order to get "Dummy Boy" released ASAP.
Earlier today (11/27), reports surfaced online saying that Tekashi 6ix9ine’s highly anticipated Dummy Boy album was supposed to drop sometime today, and TMZ is doubling down with this notion with some added information. The news outlet reports that following this weekend’s premature leak of the album, Tekashi signed a new distribution deal with Create Music Group and is indeed planning on releasing the album today as DJ Akademiks first reported this morning.
The album was originally set to drop via Caroline and Capitol Music Group, but apparently the two sides had a disagreement after the album leaked online over the weekend. As a result, Tekashi turned to Create Music Group because he reportedly wants his music released as soon as possible. Sources add that the rapper felt comfortable working with Create because the two have a long relationship together. Create happens to be 6ix9ine's main publisher, but it’s the first time he's using their distribution department.
There’s still no word of what time the album will drop today, but all reports are saying it's coming. So keep you eyes peeled throughout the day. Dummy Boy is expected to consist of 13 tracks and features from Kanye West, Lil Baby, Gunna, & more. Stay tuned.
Update: The album just dropped minutes after publishing this article! Stream it RIGHT HERE.