Machine Gun Kelly Drops 'Binge' EP in the Midst of His Eminem Feud

The nine-track effort includes MGK's Eminem diss track, "Rap Devil."

Machine Gun Kelly is taking full advantage of his recent publicity.

On the heels of his reignited beef with Eminem, the 28-year-old rapper delivered a nine-track EP called Binge—his first project release since 2017’s Bloom. The effort includes titles like "Signs" featuring 24hrs, "Loco," "Nylon," "Get the Broom," as well as the Eminem diss track "Rap Devil," in which MGK blasts Em for holding a six-year grudge.

"Mad about somethin’ I said in 2012/Took you six years and a surprise album just to come with a diss," MGK raps. "Homie we get it, we know that you're the greatest rapper alive/Fuckin' dweeb, all you do is read the dictionary and stay inside/Fuck ‘Rap God,’ I'm the Rap Devil."

The track was in response to the Kamikaze cut “Not Alive,” which included a reference to MGK’s inappropriate tweets about Em’s then-teenage daughter, Hailie.

Eminem eventually responded to "Rap Devil" with a scathing track dubbed "Killshot"; however, MGK was unfazed by the cut and gave it a “six” rating.

"'Killshot' was a leg shot. With 'Rap Devil,' we’re talking about facts while you want to talk about man buns?" MGK said during an interview on The Breakfast Club. "Answer the fucking facts. You want to talk about a hairstyle I wore in a blockbuster movie? And a 10-episode Showtime series called Roadies? I’m an actor, homie. How disconnected are you?"

You can listen to Binge now on Apple Music/iTunes and Spotify.

Kelly also dropped the official video for "LATELY," which was shot by himself and edited by Jordan Wozniak. Check it out below.

View this video on YouTube

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