From getting arrested during a flash mob at his local mall to spitting vodka into a fan’s mouth I think it’s safe to say that Cleveland rapper MGK has earned himself the unofficial title of Bad Boy‘s resident bad boy. Despite his Wild Boy tendencies, MGK’s latest effort Stereo finds the emcee in a much different and slightly less crazed light. On the song, which serves as Lace Up’s newest single, Kelly takes on the perspective of an actual stereo as he raps about the joy he brings to his owner throughout her childhood and teen years. Joining MGK on Stereo is The Kickdrums’ Alex Fitts, who pulls double duty as he provides the song with both its hook and pop-laced production. Although fans still have a good month until Lace Up is released on October 9, the Cleveland spitter’s pre-album mixtape EST 4 Life is currently available for free download at DJBooth.
Written by Danielle H. on 09/10/12
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