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Machine Gun Kelly Returns To Rap Roots On Freestyle Video With Cordae

Whether you like it or not, Machine Gun Kelly is an anomaly of the music industry, seemingly capable of anything he sets his mind to. After starting his career as a Cleveland rap sensation, the 32-year-old artist started to marry his rapper roots with pop-punk influences as evidenced by his 2019 full-length album Hotel Diablo before releasing two true-to-form pop-punk albums—2020’s Tickets To My Downfall and 2022’s mainstream sellout. Respectively, Tickets To My Downfall has been certified Platinum while mainstream sellout has been certified Gold, and both albums boast massive features including Halsey, blackbear, Bring Me The Horizon, WILLOW, and… Read more »


Machine Gun Kelly Set To Release Hometown Performance in Theatres

Our big question at the moment is…does Machine Gun Kelly (Colson Baker) ever rest? In 2022, following the release of his Gold-certified album mainstream sellout, Machine Gun Kelly embarked on the massive 52-show North American and European headline tour.  The Cleveland native wrapped his Mainstream Sellout Tour with a hometown performance at FirstEnergy Stadium, which is also home to the NFL’s Cleveland Browns. Now, the genre-fluid artist has announced the details for his next venture. For one day only, on May 13, Kells will unleash ‘Machine Gun Kelly: Mainstream Sellout Live from Cleveland: The Pink Era’ exclusively in theatres across… Read more »


Vice/Versus: Bands For Sale?

“Sellout” has always been the dirty word of the music world — far worse than anythings with four letters. But does it still hold the same weight it used to?


Jonas Brothers poised for superstardom

Most young men can be forgiven for not knowing what they’ll be doing two days from now, much less two years. Not the three siblings who comprise the hit trio the Jonas Brothers. The superstars-in-the-making have every day mapped out for the next 24 months. If you’re not a tween/teenage girl or don’t live in proximity to one, you may not yet be in on the phenomenon created by 20-year-old Kevin, 18-year-old Joe and 15-year-old Nick. They opened for Miley Cyrus on her fall “Hannah Montana” tour to the delight of shrieking girls everywhere. Their song, “S.O.S.,” catapulted to No.… Read more »


Wakefield Are Dissed By Avril, Fake Feuding With Good Charlotte

On the opening track their debut album Wakefield cheekily declare “We’re in it for the money, all the groupie honeys/We wanted to be famous… we sold out.” Which leads one to ponder: are the guys admitting that they’ve sold their souls for rock ‘n roll, or is there more to the story? “We get so tired of hearing that we’ve sold out,” complains guitarist JD Tennyson. Lounging in the Gold Club at Toronto’s Kool Haus prior to a recent show, Tennyson takes exception to the term “sell-out.” “All of our favourite bands are being called sellouts,” he says. “Kids these… Read more »

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