Machine Gun Kelly pulls in Quavo and Ty Dolla $ign on “Trap Paris,”the latest single off his upcoming album, Bloom. “Last night was too turnt,” MGK raps. “They caught me fuckin’ on camera / I ain’t embarrassed.” Later, he unabashedly adds: “Got a lady and a tramp / Bitch, I made it from the trap!” MGK’s third studio album drops May 12. The 13 track project include the singles “Bad Things” and “At My Best,” with appearances from James Arthur, DubXX and more. Listen below.
Machine Gun Kelly gives his hometown team a gift, “4th Coast Freestyle,” a tribute to the Cleveland Cavaliers. “I’m on my shit,” the he raps. “Caught a flight to the Grammys like give me what you owe me / Lookin’ like Cavaliers at the finals, I’m about to get a fuckin’ trophy.” Listen below.
MGK takes on the rolls of a band in the video for “Spotlight” the Lzzy Hale assisted single off General Admission. The vid is simple, but that’s the point, according to the Lace Up MC. “simplicity [ when it’s done the right way ] says so much,” he tweeted. “usually when i do videos, i try to create a visual metaphor so that it doesn’t just stop at what you see. there’s layers beneath the surface.” Check it below.
Machine Gun Kelly will release his sophomore album General Admission on Oct. 16 and in gearing up the Wild Boy lets go of the cover and tracklisting for the upcoming project. “[The album] is a continuation of [‘A Little More’],” MGK told MTV News. “But it’s also a good balance of street music, too. I wanted people to get the vibe of where I’m from. I don’t feel like I totally captured that until this album.” It will feature “live musicianship” as well as production from J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League and Jim Jonsin. “It’s an era of electronic music. I kind of want to bring Read More
Machine Gun Kelly releases the video to “Almost,” a track from his July mixtape Fuck It. The Cleveland rapper is gearing up to release his sophomore album General Admission, the follow-up to his 2012 debut. Check it out.
Machine Gun Kelly drops off the video for the remix to his street single “Till I Die,” featuring Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, French Montana, Yo Gotti, and Ray Cash. Be sure to catch MGK on his nationwide tour starting next month.
Machine Gun Kelly sits in the director’s set for “A Little More” featuring Victoria Monét. While he tries to save the world one person at a time others videotape for social media. Watch below.
Machine Gun Kelly checks off on “A Little More,” singer-songwriter Victoria Monét. “This song and this album have been years in the making,” said MGK. “I’m honored to begin sharing it with you.” The track is the first single from the Cleveland rapper’s upcoming sophomore album. “I’m saying all the things I wanted to say on the first album, on this album,” he told Cleveland.com. “I took that two-year hiatus because I wanted to grow and come back as something new and exciting.” Check it below.
Machine Gun Kelly makes a statement on his Slim Gudz produced track “Against the World.” “Greatness is in the eye of the beholder, so it starts with you / Believe in your own abilities the way you have believed in mine,” he says. The Cleveland MC is currently working on his follow-up to his 2012 debut Lace Up. Until then, Lace up.
Machine Gun Kelly brings it home to Cleveland in the video “Till I Die,” the first single off his upcoming sophomore album. “It’s just showing off the city how we want to see it,” the Bad Boy rapper said about the Casey McPerry-directed video. Check out his homecoming.