Machine Gun Kelly Releases A New Album “Mainstream Sellout”
Machine Gun Kelly releases his sixth studio album titled “Mainstream Sellout”. The album reflected his 2020 pop-punk album “Tickets To My Downfall“, which ranked at #1 on Billboard 200 and it then became his very first album to be certify by RIAA.
He did some collaborative work with the already released Lil Wayne “ay!” The album possesses sixteen tracks. Other artists on the ground include Gunna, Young Thug on “Die In California”, Iann Dior on “Fake Love Don’t Last”, Willow on “Emo Girl” and more.
Another song by Machine Gun where he featured Lil Wayne is titled “Drug Dealer”. Travis Barker who happens to be Kelly’s good friend produced the entire album.
The rapper who has now turned into a rock artist hint the public of the support of North America & Europe in the new album, which will kick start on the 8th of June in Austin.
The major market will be visited during the tour, markets like Miami, Atlanta, Manchester, Washington, Philadelphia, New York, Detroit, Toronto, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Vancouver, Denver, and on the 13th of August, he will complete the tour in his hometown Cleveland.
What do you think about the new album? Tell us in the comments.
How you suppressed the problem with Joyner Lucas and still focused on your project is amazing.
Big ups man. 😍
You did a remake of AY and you call that yours?
Someone must be pulling my legs.
I’ll just wait to listen to it then ama come back to praise or laugh at you 🤣
I trust your work dear. I know it’s gonna be worth the wait. ❤️