Machine Gun Kelly Changes Name Of Upcoming Album


Machine Gun Kelly has changed the name of his upcoming album to Mainstream Sellout, despite both MGK and collaborator Travis Barker tattooing the original name, Born With Horns, on their arms.

MGK posted a funny video on TikTok to announce the change in title.

“OK, we’re friends no matter what, right?” MGK asks Barker in the video, for which he gets a fist bump from the drummer in response. “Remember when we got the new album name tattooed on our arms?”

“Mmhmm,” Barker responds skeptically. Then it dawns on him and he says, “You changed it! OK, what’s the new album name?”

The video then cuts to black, unveiling the new title: Mainstream Sellout.

Mainstream Sellout will be a follow-up to MGK’s 2020 pop-punk album Tickets to My Downfall, which topped the Billboard 200 albums chart.

Last month, MGK had confirmed that he will be dropping two albums in 2022. On January 2, MGK announced on social media, “Two albums this year.”

(Photo: Sam Cahill)

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