Machine Gun Kelly Announces new Album Details For ‘Mainstream Sellout’

Machine Gun Kelly has announced the details of his upcoming record, ‘Mainstream Sellout’.

The artwork, firstly, is the digital version, that will appear on streaming services alongside the songs. 

That looks like this:

It follows on from the selection of different photos that will appear on the physical copies that look like this:

And as for the track listing… just check out who is going to feature!

01. Born With Horns
02. God Save Me
03. Maybe featuring Bring Me The Horizon
04. Drug Dealer featuring Lil Wayne
05. Wall of Fame featuring Pete Davidson
06. Mainstream Sellout
07. Make Up Sex featuring blackbear
08. Emo Girl featuring WILLOW
09. 5150
10. Papercuts
11. WW4
12. Ay! featuring Lil Wayne
13. Fake Love Don’t Last featuring Iann Dior
14. Die In California featuring Gunna & Young Thug
15. Sid & Nancy
16. Twin Flame

Pre-Orders for Mainstream sellout are available via the following link.

The track with Lil Wayne, ‘Ay!’ is available now.

Here’s the also previously released ‘Emo Girl’ Feat. Willow.

And lastly Papercuts

Watch Machine Gun Kelly & Pete Davidson Fall Off The Stage On Saturday Night Live

As well as performing on the last weekend’s episode of Saturday Night Live, Machine Gun Kelly also had a little incident with one of his best friends on the night as he threw Pete Davidson off the stage during the show’s closing credits.

After sharing two fantastic performances of ‘Lonely’ and ‘My Ex’s Best Friend’ from his 2020 pop-punk album Tickets To My Downfall, MGK celebrated his SNL appearance by seemingly attempting to pick up Pete as the programme came to an end. But before he even managed to properly lift Davidson up into the air, he instantly lost his balance, stumbled backwards and they both crashed off the stage.

Taking to Twitter after the hilarious moment, Machine Gun Kelly joked that he and Pete were doing a skit for the legendary comedy show. ​“During the credits we did one called ​‘two drunk friends fall off the stage’,” he wrote. ​“It went even better than planned.”