After spatting back and forth with Eminem all month, Machine Gun Kelly has finally released a follow up to last year’s Bloom, a conveniently timed nine-track EP titled Binge – something the Cleveland rapper recently discussed on the Breakfast Club this past Thursday (Sept. 20).
MGK celebrated the release by posting a photo of the EP’s cover on Instagram.
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The EP includes singles like Loco, Lately, Signs (feat. 24hrs), and the well-known Rap Devil, MGK’s response to Eminem chirping him on the Kamikaze album.
For those interested, Binge is available now for streaming on Apple Music/iTunes and Spotify.
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What did you think of Machine Gun Kelly’s latest EP? Was Binge worth the wait, or did it fall short? Let us know in the comments below.
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