Machine Gun Kelly Introduces a New Sound In His Third Studio Album, Bloom
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Machine Gun Kelly Introduces a New Sound In His Third Studio Album, Bloom

I jumped on the MGK train about a year and a half ago, when General Admission was released. Kelly has two sides: the hyped up rock/rapper that lays down a rat-a-tat progression over his angry style of rowdy, high anxiety performances, and the exposed, tell-all man who raps about some of the hardest experiences in life, opening a window to his past and letting his fans see through him at the most vulnerable level. This is why I love him, and why General Admission meant so much to his fans as well as myself. The raw, crazy Kelly is shown in “Till I die” and “World Series,” whereas his past is uncovered in “Spotlight” and “Story of the Stairs.” The whole album is so important to him as an artist. He stayed away from publicity and radio attention with this work, and in turn, delivered real, connected music. This review…

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