As evidenced by his recent Breakfast Club Interview, Machine Gun Kelly is open about his drug use. Such facts are not exactly kept secret on Binge, with the project's very name alluding to addiction. The third track "GTS" finds Machine Gun Kelly embracing his position, explaining that he's "going through shit," and will be screening your calls accordingly.
While many Eminem loyalists may find themselves hating out of principle, Kelly holds it down throughout, switching up the flow in a variety of engaging ways. Taking to a seething instrumental from BazeXX & SlimXX, MGK lets his aggression fly, harkening himself to Kevin Gates during the rapper's infamously dark moment. It's a moment of strength derived from weakness, as Kelly hits rock bottom and swings accordingly; while that may sound like a slight, in reality, it's refreshing to hear him pissed off. The man can indeed rap, and is better off forsaking any and all ties to pop music.
True, "GTS" would not exist without MGK's copious drug abuse, yet it must be said. The game has already lost Mac Miller to addiction, and perhaps it's time for Kelly to re-evaluate his lifestyle. Either way, Binge has arrived, and it's already racking up the views.
Ay, here's a story, 'bout the time that I smoked
Everything in my inventory, for the glory
And in fact my past is gory, the boy met world like Cory
Real life, hit like Beckham, shit storm looked like Maury
The boy lost like Dory, only one way that I'm performing