6IX9INE – ZAZA | Lyrics Meaning & Song Review
At this point, it is becoming ever so clear that 6ix9ine’s days in music are numbered. Keeping aside the lack of new lyrical content, the rapper is bound to run out of song titles of four letters. Welcoming the brand new single and music video for “ZAZA” by 6ix9ine, his first in 2021.
Tekashi 6ix9ine has been releasing music ever since he got released from jail back in January 2020 under house arrest. His streak of songs under house arrest includes “GOOBA,” “TROLLZ,” “YAYA,” “Punani,” “TUTU,” “GATA,” “AVA,” “LEAH,” and “NINI.”
The music video for “ZAZA” includes a confrontation with the rapper Meek Mill with whom 6ix9ine has been beefing with for a year. The remainder of the video is quite NSFW.
Watch “ZAZA” Video by 6ix9ine (NSWF)
In the lyrics of the song, 6ix9ine takes some heavy blows at his rival in the game Lil Durk. The lyrics go as far as to diss Durk’s cousin Nuski and friend and artist King Von both of whom were shot dead.
Lil Durk dissed 6ix9ine on his 2020 Drake collaboration “Laugh Now Cry Later,” calling him a rat. 6ix9ine has been permanently labeled a rat ever since he gave up his partners in crime in late 2019.
The entire music video for “ZAZA” is a raving party with drunk and high women in string bikinis or less. Whatever said and done, 6ix9ine seems to be living the life.
Let us hear what you think about the song and the music video in the comments below. Check out the complete lyrics and further meaning breakdown on Genius.