Isn’t it the best when artists, in an act of backwards logic, release new music on their birthdays? Lucky for us, there’s no pressure to give back since they probably have everything we thought of giving them. Regardless, I’m sure that Machine Gun Kelly is thankful enough already since he can tour off his fans “until 3050.” Although he just appeared on Scolla’s Skinny Kid earlier this month, the Cleveland wild boy is back to give his fans a new promo single, Sail, on his born day. He lets loose his staccato flow over an energetic JP Did This 1 remake of an Awolnation hit. Somebody should tell Brittany that MGK did it again and will most likely keep up with the habit until he runs out of Carlo Rossi Sangria—something I don’t see happening for a long, long time.
Written by Bryan H on 04/22/14
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