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The American rapper climbed a 30-kilometer-high to release an album “from space”

 

American rapper Towkio climbed 30 kilometers to release his debut album “WWW” from there. He put on a yellow space suit and sat in a special yellow capsule, which was raised with a balloon filled with helium.

February 19 Towkio in an interview admitted that “fly into space” in order to rise to the height and to include your album there. Rapper explained that he relies on the project Red Bull Stratos, when the company lifted 39 kilometers of the Australian skydiver, where he made a free fall to Earth.

It will happen. I have a team, I have studied this topic and have already seen how it is done. I already said, I’m not scared. This will be the album’s release day. If I die … God will not give, I will not die. He protects me.

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Towkio announced the date of the flight on Twitter, but at first did not disclose any details, noting that “creates a story.”

 

 

On the morning of February 22, in the instagram and twitter of the rapper, photos and videos of Towkio began to appear in the spacesuit and near the space capsule. Several speakers were put to it, so that when he climbed 30 kilometers he switched on his songs. On the yellow suits of the rapper, instead of the flag of the country, the logo “WWW” was sewn in honor of the name of his plate.


Starting at 11 o’clock the capsule with Towkio began to gain height: many Twitter users wrote that they did not believe in the seriousness of his intentions until the last and now they are very nervous.


A few hours later Towkio published a video, the way he landed and ran out of the capsule. He wrote that “what he saw would change his life forever”, and promised to publish a full video with the flight in the near future.

A few hours later Towkio published a video, the way he landed and ran out of the capsule. He wrote that “what he saw would change his life forever”, and promised to publish a full video with the flight in the near future.

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