Machine Gun Kelly has recruited Cordae for a new freestyle video ahead of the theatrical rollout of his Mainstream Sellout live experience.
The clip sees MGK and Cordae going in over the beat to Central Cee’s “Doja,” with the former opening up with a question positing that his level of highness renders him extraterrestrial:
“How can I be homo sapien?
I’m high as an alien”
From there, MGK compared his lyrical prowess to “uranium” and shouted out his range of friends, from “skater homies” to “mob ties.” The latter, MGK rapped, are more than willing to “put you up under the sea with Ariel.”
MGK also referenced Jay-Z’s The Blueprint, his relationship with Megan Fox, and more. At one point, he dove into the topic of cannibalism to assert his dominance over his peers:
“You hear this voice in my lower intestine?
That’s my competition, I’m cannibalistic”
Cordae comes in later, opening with a question of his own—“How can I be misogynistic? I love all my bitches”—before lamenting the lack of awards often given to “real music” and shouting out the late Juice WRLD. In his closing line, Cordae teased that he would soon be “unlocking the vault.”
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On May 13, MGK is bringing Mainstream Sellout Live From Cleveland: The Pink Era to theaters across the country. The one-night-only event focuses on a hometown show on MGK’s tour in support of the Mainstream Sellout album, which followed his and Travis Barker’s prior chart-topping collaboration, Tickets to My Downfall.