Cleveland rapper Machine Gun Kelly has always had an unusually close bond with his fans, and his latest offering doubles as an inspirational document for those who have enjoyed watching the artist's long, steady career rise. "Halo" is off of the 2012 mixtape EST 4 Life, but it still feels fresh, with arresting, encouraging lines like "I don't ever want anyone to feel less than me, so put your camera down and stand next to me."

The Zac Facts-directed video alternates between shots of MGK in a snow-covered cemetery and footage from the rapper's chaotic live shows. According to the rapper, it was filmed under adverse conditions, and he definitely does look visibly chilly:

He also took to Twitter to hint that more material might be on the way that he's working on his next album:

Check out the video for "Halo" above.

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