MGK hopes to uplift the demand for guitar music with his album ‘Tickets To My Downfall’.
The ‘Bloody Valentine’ hitmaker, MGK hopes that his music will help to attract the younger generation to pop-punk and rock music. Especially with his album ‘Tickets To My Downfall’. He is so confident that the younger generation will come to the field with new bands.
The rapper told NME: “Let’s just be stoked about something.
“This album might be the reason why bands of our generation, instead of the Foo Fighters, Green Day or one of those established artists, get to headline Coachella and s*** like that – because this album is gonna make the demand for guitar music go up! It’s tapped into the new generation of kids, the 13-to-18-year-olds, that those bands I just named can’t reach at this point.”
So many criticized MGK for his new album, but the rapper proved them wrong with his album ‘Tickets To My Downfall’ topping the charts.
Kelly continued: “You have to f****** blur me and the name out.
“I get that people are saying: ‘How the f*** did Machine Gun Kelly make the f****** biggest rock record of the year?’ I get that concept sucks for some people, and it may not have been your choice – but it f****** happened.”