6ix9ine's buzz is undeniable at this point. After dropping the wildly-popular song, "Gummo," and following that up with "Kooda," now we get the video for the controversial Brooklyn rapper's third single, "KeKe," featuring Fetty Wap and A Boogie Wit da Hoodie.

69 debuted the Toopristine-produced track to start off the new year, and also teased the visual. "WE SHUT NYC DOWN WITH THIS ONE ," he captioned a screenshot of the video on Instagram. "WHO EVER SAID I DONT RUN MY CITY THEY TIGHT WORK HARDER ‍♂️ BOZO ."

Like in his previous videos, the rainbow-hair rapper brings out the whole block for this one as well. A myriad of crew members, red rags, dirt bikes, ATVs and a few twerking backsides dominate the screen time in the Figure Eight Films-directed visual, while the rappers lay their bars.

"Niggas want war yeah, kick the door yeah/Niggas want the sauce, yeah, shake 'em off yeah," 6ix9ine raps. "I'm still in the hood yeah, bussin' drugs yeah/Rollin' through the city, yeah, with my niggas yeah/Niggas want that bitch back, I don't chit-chat/Run up here? Click clack, blow your shit back."

In a recent social media post, 6ix9ine also revealed his debut mixtape will be coming out next month. "MY FIRST EVER PROJECT DROP NEXT MONTH❗️I GOT RICH BEFORE A MIXTAPE ‍♂️ STILL UGLY WIT A LIL DICK THO," he wrote on Instagram.

While he is having success, 69 still has a serious legal issue hanging over his head. Last month, new details surfaced surrounding the rapper's sexual misconduct case, as he is still facing one to three years in prison after pleading guilty to use of a child in a sexual performance.

Watch 6ix9ine's "KeKe" video below.

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