MGK and grown up Ryan Scheckler turn Hollywood High School into their own skate park for Kelly’s new video. The track, “Skate Cans,” will be found on Black Flag, which according to Kels is “just the start… so much more to come.”
Machine Gun Kelly is not giving a f*ck in “Champions.” In his latest leak, the Bad Boy recording artist clearly states that he’s tired of being humble and pretty much gives a middle finger to the publications and people that haven’t supported his movement, despite gaining recognition through hard work. Not sure if this was the best way to go about it but MGK does know how to make a statement.
The Cleveland MC also has a new project in the works. Expect to hear Black Flag soon.
It’s a Bad Boy affair in French Montana’s video for “Ocho Cinco.” The 40-second clip should hold you over until the MTV Jams premiere this Sunday. Check out his most recent single “Freaks” featuring Nicki Minaj.
Civil TV caught up with the Bad Boy posse on the set of French Montana’s “Ocho Cinco.”
Directed by Jake Janisse
One of the more motivational tracks from Kid Ink has been turned into a visual story. Kid Ink and Machine Gun Kelly perform the remix for “Hell & Back” in the streets as the video cuts in and out of childhood flashbacks. Find this bonus track and more on Kid Ink’s Rocketship Shawty available for download here.
Directed by Charlie Zwick
Bad Boy Machine Gun Kelly and friends cause some chaos in his new video featuring Young Jeezy. Don’t get on MGK’s bad side. Lesson learned.
MGK shares the first part of his documentary that goes along with his debut album, Lace Up. The doc shows you a never-before-seen look into the life of the Cleveland rapper, including moments with his daughter and the process of recording his first album.
This is a dope ass video. Make sure you pick up Lace Up in stores and on iTunes now.
After sharing footage, taken from the upcoming Lace Up documentary, of meeting DMX for the first time, Machine Gun Kelly is finally sharing “D3mons,” the DMX-collaboration that will live on his album. To pre-order the album, Lace Up, before it hits the stores next Tuesday, click here.
No green screen needed if you can just film in front of it. Machine Gun Kelly adds one more to Tim Westwood’s collection of freestyles.