Machine Gun Kelly "Fire In The Booth" Freestyle

Posted by , Jan 11, 2016 at 12:39am

Machine Gun Kelly makes his debut on Charlie Sloth's "Fire in the Booth."


Hip-hop heads are probably familiar with DJ Tim Westwood, but aside from the don, Charlie Sloth has gotta be the most reliable plug in the U.K. His "fire in the booth" freestyle series consistently brings out the best in his guest stars, with excellent past installments coming from Migos, Vince Staples, and Logic, to name a few. The latest rapper to take the mic in the BBC 1Xtra studio is Machine Gun Kelly, making his "fire in the booth" debut. 

Sloth doesn't slack on the instrumentals, beginning with an '02 classic, Scarface's "Guess Who's Back," and moving on to Drake's "Pound Cake," before finishing with a U.K. grime beat. Despite the wildly different tempos on each production, MGK rips 'em all. 

Did Kelly's "fire in the booth" live up to its name? 

Machine Gun Kelly makes his debut on Charlie Sloth's "Fire in the Booth."

Hip-hop heads are probably familiar with DJ Tim Westwood, but aside from the don, Charlie Sloth has gotta be the most reliable plug in the U.K. His "fire in the booth" freestyle series consistently brings out the best in his guest stars, with excellent past installments coming from Migos, Vince Staples, and Logic, to name a few. The latest rapper to take the mic in the BBC 1Xtra studio is Machine Gun Kelly, making his "fire in the booth" debut. 

Sloth doesn't slack on the instrumentals, beginning with an '02 classic, Scarface's "Guess Who's Back," and moving on to Drake's "Pound Cake," before finishing with a U.K. grime beat. Despite the wildly different tempos on each production, MGK rips 'em all. 

Did Kelly's "fire in the booth" live up to its name? 

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