Since the release of his last album nearly three years ago, a lot has changed for Cleveland MC Machine Gun Kelly. He drops in on Ebro in the Morning at Hot 97 in New York to discuss the debut of his first film, his highly publicized friendship with Amber Rose and the remarkable playoff run his hometown Cavaliers are on. Its the first time Kells has sat down with the media in a while, and he has some intriguing points to make, along with recollections from earlier in his career. Check out the interview below
E-V releases the official music video to “GoodTime” featuring Lorine Chia and Machine Gun Kelly. Lorine Chia’s vocals dominate the majority of the song, with her smooth yet powerful voice which has hints of reggae and a slight resemblance to Adele. This offers a nice summer vibe to the song with her voice mixing with the upbeat EDM production. Chia is not the only one to stand out on this track though. After the drop the production cools down for MGK to come in and add some heat with his fast-paced delivery and clever lyrics. GoodTime offers a flawless mix between EDM and Hip-Hop, and will definitely leave you wanting to hear more. Whether it be cruising down the road or turning up at a pool party, this song will definitely provide. So check it out above and get ready for a GoodTime!
“Everything I have accomplished so far has led me to this point in my music career. I have been crafting my sound and have developed a lot of new material over the past couple months. “GoodTime” is the first release of MANY to come. I cannot wait to share my work with everyone. Big thanks to my friends Lorine Chia and MGK for killing it on this track! This is going to be a very exciting year… I ask that you become part of the rEVolution. LETS GOO!!!!”
Also i wanna thank everyone who helped make this video! Danny Manhattan, Ian Moore, Jon Mancinetti, Michael Joseph, Lorine Chia, MGK, EST 19XX, EarthShake MGMT, Glen Infante, Mike Kijanski, Ben Schigel, Chaz Jackson, Stephanie Shepherd and everyone else who helped THANK YOU!
Last night at Blossom Music Center, Wiz Khalifa surprised the crowd by bringing out Machine Gun Kelly to perform their anthem “Mind Of A Stoner” for the first time ever. If you’re like me and you didn’t get the chance to see it live, check it out in the video above.
Up and coming Cleveland artist, Billard drops his hit single “All Eyez On Me” which features Cleveland’s Wild Boy Machine Gun Kelly. Billard is making a name for himself not only as an artist, but as one of the best self-producers, as he produced this track himself. Billard is telling the world to get ready as all eyes are on him because he is Next Up.
MGK murders this track as he mentions he and his team have came along way from riding the RTA around Cleveland and Shaker Heights, to being Hollywood stars on the big screen. “Cleveland boy get up on the big screen with the same team that he used to ride the bus with.”
Now that Billard has everyone’s attention, you can anticipate his incredible album I Am Billard, a LeakJones hosted project. Some have even went to the extent to call it “God-Like.” Billard shows his real artistic talent’s as his album was also self-produced. Get ready because it’s all #1Hunnet from here!
Machine Gun Kelly drops his video for Halo off of the EST 4 Life Mixtape. Lace Up!
“All my dreamers put your hands in the sky” the long awaited video from MGK and Wiz is finally here. When Wiz was in Cleveland for his 2050 Tour and brought MGK out, I was hoping they would put a “joint” together. And this is fire, “Mind Of A Stoner,” Machine Gun Kelly featuring Wiz Khalifa. The title couldn’t fit any better for the two. This comes off MGK’s recent album Black Flag. This song was produced by Dre$ki and Brian Empire.
The video shows Kells leaving his house in anger, heading to the bus stop, and smells a familiar scent. Happens to be Wiz smoking and the two of them put a few in the air.
Personally I love the entire Black Flag project, but this track was by far my favorite. I have been listening to it ever since Kells gave me a copy. In this song MGK talks about being broke and having a kid, people looking down at him for smoking, but at the end of the day Kells had the right mindset to get him to where he is now.
“No one likes you when your 23 without a plan Sit around in apartments all day smokin weed and I’m like ”bitch don’t kill my vibe, bitch don’t kill my vibe”
Before taking to the road to tour his latest Black Flag mixtape, Machine Gun Kelly decides to drop off Kellyvision III. The second installment of the beloved Kellyvision series follows the EST crew during their recent escapades that included hippie Halloween costumes, Kells taking the stage with Blink-182, and a whole lot of ganj smoking. Look & listen closely and you’ll find new music from Dub-O, Young Shank and Ray Jr. throughout the video. Give it a watch here