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In a video for MTV, Machine Gun Kelly prepares an afterschool snack using bread, butter, cheese and an iron. It's a pretty fun clip.


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In the clip below, released last week, Machine Gun Kelly makes in-store appearances to promote his album on release day. What follows is a bunch of memorable interactions with fans mixed with video of fans expressing their appreciation for the rapper.


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Here is the full production information for Machine Gun Kelly's "Lace Up" album, according to the album's liner notes.

Standard edition:

Executive producers: Sean "Diddy" Combs and MGK
Co-executive producers: Harve Pierre and James McMillan

1. Save Me featuring M. Shadows and Synyster Gates
Produced by Brinton "Woodro Skillson" Ewart and Rami "Rami Beatz" Eadeh

2. What I Do featuring Bun B and Dub-O
Produced by SykSense for 1da Boi Productions, Inc. and Irvin "Swirv" Witlow

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Young Jeezy tweeted a photo from the set of the music video for Machine Gun Kelly's "Hold On (Shut Up)." This will mark the sixth track from the album to release the music video treatment.

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According to Machine Gun Kelly, part 1 of his "Lace Up - The Documentary" video feature will be released on October 23. It promises to take you behind the scenes during the making of the rapper's debut album, which was released on October 9.

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Machine Gun Kelly has released "Smoke Hard (Freestyle)," which has the rapper spitting over Wiz Khalifa's "Work Hard Play Hard" beat. You can listen and download below.


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Billboard reports that Machine Gun Kelly's debut album, "Lace Up," will debut on the Billboard 200 at #4, having sold 51,000 copies in retail outlets tracked by Nielsen SoundScan.

On Twitter, MGK compared the debut to where "Wild Boy" debuted (and peaked) on the Hot 100 singles chart, at #98. But, a slightly more apt comparison might be where his EP album, "Half Naked & Almost Famous," debuted. It came in at #46 with 8,519 copies sold.

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Earlier this year, Machine Gun Kelly said that he was initially against "Invincible," but happy with the subsequent success of the song. Later, he said that he "hated" the song.

In a new interview with HipHopDX, he says that he apologized to Jimmy Iovine, the chairman of Interscope Geffen A&M, over those remarks.

DX: I asked if you wanted to retract at all those statements to Semtex because I know recently you felt compelled to withdraw your previous statements about hating ďInvincible.Ē I understand you actually called [Interscope Records CEO] Jimmy Iovine and basically apologized for saying that?

MGK: No, no, I had seen him in person and did that. Iím more of like an in-person type guy. ...

DX: I got a feeling you never apologized to your manager at Fuddruckers. [Laughs]

MGK: No, no Ö. That was my only [boss I've apologized to]. You know why that was my only one? Because, genuinely he is a musician. So itís like, regardless, Jimmy Iovine is a musician. That was something I had got to know. When I was in his office before Ė which is a rare thing for an artist to be Ė I was just like [in awe]. I mean, heís been around since f*****í Lennon, man. [Anybody] that was f*****í with John Lennon you canít really question that type of s***. I mean, you can, Ďcause obviously I did. But, you definitely know when not to bite the hand that is willing to feed you.

I think thatís the biggest part of being a soldier is that. Iím not trying to be one of those guys that just blames the label for mishaps in my career. At the end of the day, like I said, I started this shit organically and Iím gonna continue that. So if I fuck up itís on me.

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Machine Gun Kelly has released the visual for "See My Tears" from both his "Half Naked & Almost Famous" EP and his "Lace Up" album. Watch below.


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Machine Gun Kelly, voice fatigued from performances, appearances and interviews, appeared on this evening's 106 & Park on BET. He performed "See My Tears" before a short interview. He said that a lot of people are enjoying "D3mons," his collaboration with DMX and that he feels that "Lace Up" may be the type of album that is appreciated more in the years to come.

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