Machine Gun Kelly comes to us with yet another video release from General Admission. The album’s first song, “Spotlight” dives deep into the mind of Kells as he shows his fans all the sides and pressures of the limelight. Watch below.
Machine Gun Kelly drops the visuals to Gone his most emotional track to date, which features Leroy Sanchez. Gone hits on the subject of absentee fathers and has two different points of view with MGK talking to his father and his daughter talking to him. This song is off his #1 album “General Admission” which you can get right here (iTunes) (Google Play). Gone is directed by Casey McPerry.
Machine Gun Kelly drops a new video for his track World Series off his #1 album “General Admission” (iTunes, Google Play, Spotify). The World Series video recreates the fight scene from the movie Snatch, the video is also a depiction of MGK’s career. Take a look at the video below. LACE UP!!! EST 4 Life.
The wait is finally over and “General Admission” is here, Machine Gun Kelly’s sophomore album will make you feel all types of emotions, MGK created a beautiful masterpiece full of amazing wordplay and truly raw emotion with very little features (Lzzy Hale, Kid Rock, Leroy Sanchez, Victoria Monet). “General Admission” dropped on iTunes & Google Play last night, and in stores now with FYE having an exclusive to the deluxe release you will get 2 more bonus tracks. Let us know what you think of “General Admission.” Here at Leak Jones we want to say congratulations to our brother K, on the release of his sophomore album. EST 4 Life
A couple bangers on Machine Gun Kelly‘s sophomore album General Admission. But for the most part it digs deep and sends you on an emotional roller coaster as you get to know his personal life like never before. General Admission is currently available to be purchased just about anywhere online and in stores. We have the iTunes like below. You will not regret buying this album. Congrats on the release!
Machine Gun Kelly drops a new track off his sophomore album “General Admission.” This song Gone will hit your soul and give you chills. It hits on the subject of absentee fathers and has two different points of view with MGK talking to his father and his daughter talking to him. Gone features Leroy Sanchez an up-and-coming artist who got his start from doing covers on YouTube, take a listen below. Check out the tracklist for the album also Pre-order Machine Gun Kelly’s next major album “General Admission” which drops 10.16.15 (iTunes) (Google Play) or (Deluxe Bundle) from the MGK official merch store.
Just in case you couldn’t wait, Cleveland representer Machine Gun Kelly is back with yet another single off of his upcoming album General Admission. “World Series” can be yours to download, but only if you preorder General Admission on iTunes. If you want to wait to get that hard copy in your hands October 16th, we understand… so feel free to stream it below as well.
(Oh and by the way, that’s what the Deluxe Cover of General Admission looks like.)
Machine Gun Kelly drops a new video, for his track Almost. You can find this track on MGK’s new mixtape “Fuck It”. His next major album “General Admission” is set for a fall release, here at Leak Jones we will keep you updated on any new information. Also, make sure you catch Machine Gun Kelly on the “Road Trippin Tour” performing in a city near you. Lace Up!!!
Ray Jr. drops the new video to his hype remix to “Same Crew” with appearances from Machine Gun Kelly, Dej Loaf, Young Dolph, and Troy Ave. The video was shot and edited by Ced Lynch, and is very nicely produced. Check it out!
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