Last night, Machine Gun Kelly took a break from the hustle to support his Cavaliers at the NBA draft lottery ceremony. Evidently, his presence was good luck, as Cleveland won first pick for second time in three years. Now, the emcee returns to his grind in a big way with the release of Peso, single numero uno off his next street album. As the title suggests, this cut features MGK rhyming about his relentless quest for paper, backed by Burd & Keys’ thematically appropriate flip of Aloe Blacc‘s I Need A Dollar (How to Make It in America). On the guest tip, the headliner receives moral support from fellow hustlers Meek Mill and Pusha T. Black Flag currently lacks a drop date but, as always, we’ll keep you supplied with the latest on the much-anticipated set.
Written by richard on 05/22/13
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