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Aided by Winston Churchill’s June 1940 speech, rapper Machine Gun Kelly is preparing fans for his ‘Black Flag’ era, launching the “first strike.”
Machine Gun Kelly’s Lace Up Tour continues into this month with just six remaining shows in Boston, New York, Toledo, Philly, and Maryland.
Machine Gun Kelly’s new video for “Ratchet” isn’t exactly drawing the warmest reception, with many fans expressing that they hope the song and video don’t represent a “new direction” for the Cleveland Badboy. The video definitely fulfills its title but it’s clear that MGK’s fan base has much higher expectations from the artist.
MGK performs his version of “The 12 Days of Christmas” as part of MTV’s ’12 Holidaze’ series. Sitting in front of a cardboard fireplace that looks very well drawn by someone, and wearing ripped skinny jeans and a festive shirt, the playful rapper creates his own lyrics which include four naked strippers and a purple tree from Big Uncle Snoop Dogg.
After a very close race, it was announced that rapper Machine Gun Kelly, and all of his tatted glory, has been voted the Best MTV Live Performance Of 2012 for his performance of “Invincible!” 2012 has definitely turned out to be a good year for the Cleveland rapper, who is known for his rapid-fire lyrical flow.
With Lace Up finally dropping on October 9th, Machine Gun Kelly stopped by Philly’s Hot 107.9 to chat about having total control over the new album, his rumored tirade at Microsoft, foreplay, curvy black women and what Diddy did to piss him recently.
Now that he’s done raging on tour with Tech N9ne, Cleveland’s Badboy Machine Gun Kelly drops a new hater’s anthem entitled “Hold On (Shut Up),” which features rapper Young Jeezy.
As Cleveland’s Bad Boy Machine Gun Kelly is gearing up to go on tour with Tech N9ne, he has unleashed his Half Naked & Almost Famous EP on iTunes.
A month ago, rapid-fire Missouri emcee Tech N9ne announced that he and Ohio Bad Boy Machine Gun Kelly would embark on a world-record-breaking Hostile Takeover 2012 tour. He’s finally announced the official dates, over 90 of them, scheduled over 99 days—making the Hostile Takeover 2012 the longest consecutive tour in hip-hop history.
Just after Christmas, Bad Boy rapper Machine Gun Kelly made a special request for fans to be apart of his new video for “The Return” and they delivered. The track is one of the most heartfelt songs from the rapper’s Lace Up mixtape; chronicling struggles with friends and family, his not so effortless rise to fame, the loss of a child and more.
Preparing to dominate 2012, Machine Gun Kelly has released the full version of “Invincible,” featuring singer/songwriter Ester Dean.
Machine Gun Kelly has teamed up with ReverbNation and Jam House Live to give an unsigned artist an amazing opportunity to perform live on stage as his opening act at The Knitting Factory in Reno, Nevada on December 16, 2011.
Following being featured in a new HTC Rezound commercial, Machine Gun Kelly is showing what Bad Boy dollars can do in his new video for “Wild Boy.” Directed by Spliff TV, there’s a little fire, some crowd-surfing and a random cameo from comedian Katt Williams.
Canada and Ohio came together on one stage recently when Drake brought out Cleveland’s “Wild Boy” Machine Gun Kelly during his Club Paradise Tour performance in the city. Check out video from the show’s madness.
Machine Gun Kelly has some upcoming shows through December, 3, 2011.
Set to release his highly-anticipated new mixtape ‘RagePack,’ MGK amusingly goes off on everyone over a sample of The Go-Go’s “We Got The Beat” for new track, “STFU.”
With expectations being high for Bad Boy’s newest member, we were very excited about MGK’s “On Fire.” Unfortunately, the song — featuring annoying whisper-singer Mike Posner — does not deliver.
A few months ago, 8 Fest took over Ohio University near Athens and the insanity was documented in a film produced by RG FILMS/
The latest addition to Bad Boy Records just released a new single entitled “Wild Boy” featuring the ever so eloquent Waka Flocka.