EST 19XX/Bad Boy/Interscope recording artist Machine Gun Kelly is set to release his third studio album titled Bloom on Friday, May 12th. Fans who pre-order will receive three instant grat tracks, “Trap Paris” featuring Quavo and Ty Dolla$ign, “Bad Things” with Camila Cabello and “At My Best” featuring Oscar-nominated actress and multi-platinum recording artist Hailee Steinfeld. An additional instant grat track titled “Let You Go” will be available on April 28th.
Bloom features additional guest appearances by James Arthur and DubXX with production by The Futuristics (Chris Brown/Bruno Mars), Happy Perez (Frank Ocean/Miguel), Sonny Digital (21 Savage/Future) and Jesse Shatkin (Sia/Charlie Puth).
“MGK is one of the most versatile creators around and it is an honor to watch, and be part of, his evolution as an artist,” said Sean “Diddy” Combs. “His story is like no other, his sound is so raw and intense, and his new album proves MGK is on top of his game right now.”
2017 ushered in Machine Gun Kelly’s first #1 hit on Pop radio and a Billboard Award nomination for Top Rap Collaboration with “Bad Things.” The song owned the Billboard Hot 100 list by staying strong for 13 weeks, charting at #4. “The song amassed more than 463M+ streams worldwide, with more than 4M+ in global consumption units (streaming and downloads), and a radio audience of 145M.
New single “At My Best” featuring Hailee Steinfeld was the number one most added song at Rhythmic radio. The track has received 15.8M Spotify streams to date. It is already approaching top 20 at Top 40 radio and is one of the fastest growing songs at the format.
Machine Gun Kelly was also featured on British girl group Little Mix’s latest single “No More Sad Songs.” His sophomore album General Admission debuted at #1 on Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop Album charts.
1. The Gunner
2. Wake + Bake
3. Go For Broke (featuring James Arthur)
4. At My Best (featuring Hailee Steinfield)
5. Kiss The Sky
6. Golden God
7. Trap Paris (featuring Quavo + Ty Dollar $ign)
8. Moonwalkers (featuring Dubxx)
9. Can’t Walk
10. Bad Things (with Camila Cabello)
12. Let You Go
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