In a recent interview with Cam Capone News, Reggie Wright Jr. spoke about the possibility of a Tupac and Tekashi 69 song coming out in the near future.
Days after Wack 100 and court documents obtained by Complex showing proof that 6ix9ine is broke and “struggling to make ends meet,” Reggie Wright Jr. says it is not impossible to imagine a song featuring Tupac and Tekashi 69. (View: Tekashi 69 Broke Or Smart Business Move For His Comeback)
According to Wright Jr., this generation would accept a Tupac and Tekashi 69 song, despite the Brooklyn rapper snitching. “You millennials don’t give a f–k about that. Ya’ll don’t care about who’s a snitch and who’s not a snitch. If it’s a good song and it’s good music then who cares,” Reggie said on Cam Capone News.
To Reggie’s argument, many artists have been featured on Tupac posthumous releases. Some of which many fans have questioned and shown their dislike. There is no doubt a Tupac and Tekashi song would receive backlash from many fans, but according to Reggie Tekashi’s following who are in their mid-twenties will support the record.
“If it’s about good music or music that is gonna sell and we all know 6ix9ine has the following. If that is going to help generate some money for the 2Pac Estate or his sister, then who gives a crap,” Reggie said. Wack 100 who has somewhat managed Tekashi 69 since their interview last year on Akademiks “Off The Record” podcast, would be the one to make it happen. Wack 100’s good relationship with Snoop Dogg who is the new brand owner of Death Row records could help leverage the deal with the 2Pac Estate.
Earlier in March of 2022 Snoop Dogg spoke about working with the 2Pac Estate. “As far as 2Pac’s masters, 2Pac’s masters came back to him last year. But I got a great relationship with his estate, and I’m pretty sure we’re going to be able to work something out … to continue some Death Row 2Pac business now that Snoop Dogg is in control of Death Row,” Snoop told Tidal.
Now the question is which Tupac song will be used to feature Tekashi. According to Reggie Wright Jr., there aren’t many Tupac songs left in the vault. Tupac’s last posthumous release was back in 2007 with ‘Pac’s Life.’ Rumors of new Tupac music is set for his upcoming official documentary to be released by his family.