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Bert McCracken to Feature on Machine Gun Kelly’s Pop-Punk Album

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Melody Bot, Jan 28, 2020.

  1. Melody Bot

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  2. BradBradley

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    Cautiously pessimistic about this!
     
  3. mattylikesfilms

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    That should be pretty awful.
     
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  4. tomtom94

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    If it's in the vein of I Think I'm Okay count me in. Todd in the Shadows pointed me at that song and he's right, it's way better than it has any right to be.
     
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  5. SamLevi11

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    This sounds like hell.
     
  6. tyramail

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    MGK is one of my least favorite musicians of recent years, I can’t imagine Bert enhancing anything.
     
  7. RileyWitiw

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    I think MGK going more pop punk than hip-hop is probably a good move for him tbh.
     
  8. theredline

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    Every word of this disgusts me.
     
  9. irthesteve

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    Oh boy...
     
  10. xapplexpiex

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    Well that’s a sentence.
     
  11. Fucking Dustin

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    Well it's about time
     
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  12. abcdefg123

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    No. Just no.
     
  13. Serh

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    hip-hop, acting, pop-punk... is there anything mgk CAN do?!
     
  14. abcdefg123

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    A true joke of all trades.
     
  15. Rawrz

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    I guess Eminem killed him so bad now he is switching genres lol
     
  16. JamesMichael

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    Wow lots of hate in here. I actually enjoyed Hotel Diablo!
     
  17. AsfAstAswegofar

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    I respect MGK for going after Eminem. It was a good job, and was actually pretty smart. I'm willing to bet, even though he lost by pretty much everyone's opinion...he got a lot of new fans. This may also be a good move, get some pop punk kids in his grasp as well. I probably won't like it...but we'll see.
     
  18. irthesteve

    formerly irthesteve Prestigious