Machine Gun Kelly transcends genre boundaries, telling the world that he can do whatever the hell he wants and get away with it. We saw that when he decided to go head-to-head with Eminem, coming out with even more popularity than he had before. These days, the 30-year-old artist is focusing more on his versatility, crafting a pop-punk album with the help of Travis Barker called Tickets To My Downfall.
As we wait for more information on his upcoming full-length release, the Cleveland native has been dropping tons of new content to keep his fans busy during the quarantine. Covering songs by Rihanna and a number of others, MGK is expanding his lane as he continues to define himself as an artistic entity. Today, he continues rolling out his album with the release of his new single "Bloody Valentine."
Proving that he can hang with the big boys in the pop-punk world, Machine Gun Kelly is bringing back a sound that will make 20-somethings nostalgic for their high school days. "Bloody Valentine" is a guitar-driven track, showcasing Kellz' evolution into a full-fledged rock star.
Listen to the new track below and let us know your thoughts.
I don't do fake love, but I'll take some from you tonight
I know I've got to go but I might just miss the flight
I can't stay forever, let's play pretend
And treat this night like it'll happen again
You'll be my bloody valentine tonight