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Posts Tagged ‘ Machine Gun Kelly ’

MGK Comes At Eminem?


Everyone is hearing about Eminem’s latest album ‘Kamikaze’ via social media, but it’s about to get a bit more live when they talk about people’s responses to it.  Machine Gun Kelly definitely has me as a fan, his wit and lyricism has to be recognized… BUT after him getting dissed by Em, he was a bit upset, and put out quite the diss to the aging rapper.  Em has gone up against the likes is Ja Rule, Brittney Spears, Christina Agulara, Will Smith, and a whole host of others.  It will be interesting to see what happens next. MGK’s “get the wedgie out your Dungarees” line was quite good, however, the rest is inflammatory.  Take a listen below, and sound off about what you think.

 

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Steve Aoki’s Newest Batch Of Hot.


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The crown prince of Dim Mak, Steve Aoki is back at it again.  With releases left, right and center from the DJ master, we had to focus on two of our favorite.  Free The Madness features Machine Gun Kelly, and takes place both in the future, and in the past.  This video is quite cleverly based off AMC’s monster hit show ‘Breaking Bad’.  Check the method below.

The second of our two newest Aoki video release is ‘Freaks’ featuring Diplo and Deorro.  If you saw ’22 Jump Street’ since its release, you may recognize this one from the Spring Break scene (where Diplo himself made a cameo appearance)  Videos now a days are chocked full of wild concepts, and crazy gags, but the simplistic style of ‘Freaks’ is quite refreshing.   Some seemingly explicit insinuations are made in the video, but wait till the end.  Check the method below.

Machine Gun Kelly Ft. Kellin Quinn – Swing Life Away


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Machine Gun Kelly takes a reflective look in his “Swing Life Away” video, which was featured off his Black Flag mixtape. The Cleveland rep details his rise to fame and the hardships that he endured in his life.

MGK – La La La (The Floating Song)


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After putting in the hard work, Machine Gun Kelly enjoys his success in the video for “La La La (The Floating Song),” a bonus cut off his debut Lace Up. The “Wild Boy” rides an ATV, smokes on the beach, and parties on a yacht with his EST crew in the laid-back visuals, which were shot during his holiday vacation in Saint Martin. Security tried to stop him from filming, but he wasn’t about to put down the camera. Next up, MGK will release his new single “Peso” featuring Meek Mills and Pusha T, followed by his mixtape in February.

MGK – See My Tears


Check out Machine Gun Kelly’s new music video for “See My Tears.” The SPORDY19XX-directed clip shows what the Cleveland artist means to his fans as we see a disabled person inspired by MGK’s music walk for the first time onstage at one of his shows.

Machine Gun Kelly ft. DMX – I Don’t Dance (Official Video).


Dark Man X and Machine Gun Kelly may not bust a move, but they still manage to keep the party’s feet moving in their new video, directed by John Colombo. X’s Undisputed is still coming.

The 2012 XXL Freshman Class.


In the past five years that XXL has been picking Freshman classes, never once has making the list been easy. This year included. Similar to 2011, the hype around the Freshmen Class has continued to grow by leaps and bounds, surprising even XXL with its popularity. For this class the buzz began earlier than ever, four months before the cover was even shot. And it seemed like everyone had a list. From subdued music fans to diehard rap junkies, from Twitter stalkers to industry heavies and featherweights, folks wanted their list to be the XXL list. Here’s who made the official roster.

  • Machine gun kelly
  • Danny Brown
  • Kid Ink
  • Future
  • Roscoe Dash
  • Hopsin
  • Macklemore
  • Don Trip
  • Iggy Azalea
  • French Montana

 

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