To capitalize off the attention that he’s attracted these past few weeks following his highly entertaining beef with Eminem, Machine Gun Kelly decided to come through today and release a new 9-track EP titled Binge. Led by the Eminem-diss “Rap Devil” & the previously heard “Loco,” another record that’s been getting attention already is the song “Nylon,” which we’re highlighting for y’all right here.
Over production from JP Did This 1 & BazeXX, MGK appears to have words for a particular someone on this track, rapping about they “should've killed him when they tried,” & boasting about being better than other rappers. “Watch me murder with a verse/ Put these rappers in the dirt,” he spits, while also mentioning these rappers having "ulterior motives." It doesn't seem like he’s addressing Eminem here, but it might be G-Eazy?
“And you know I never lie/ I kept the same number (ahah)/ So when you call me (what?)/ I pick up and say, 'Fuck you' (Damn)/ And I say it to your face bitch, you can run and tell it to the clique (clique)/ Two nines in the waist, my gun & my dick” he spits.
It's a rather brief record at that running just under 2 minutes, but one of the only few records where MGK appears to be venting & addressing someone, which is what we're here for. Take a listen to the new song and let us know what you think.
Y'all got ulterior motives (motives)
My interior designer put them cameras all around
So let me find out you creeping, I come and split your shit like Moses
My exterior is frozen
I'm from Cleveland we the coldest, so it's no coincidence that when you try to take a pic, it's too much ice for you to focus