Machine Gun Kelly has teased the tracklist for his new album Mainstream Sellout, the follow-up to his 2020 pop-punk record Tickets to My Downfall

The latest effort from the 31-year-old artist will feature appearances from a wide variety of guests, including his good friend Pete Davidson, who won’t be singing or rapping. Also appearing are Bring Me the Horizon, Lil Wayne, Blackbear, Willow Smith, Iann Dior, Gunna, and Young Thug. Lil Wayne actually guests on two songs. The album is scheduled to release on March 25 via Bad Boy and Interscope.

Earlier this month, the rapper-turned-singer shared the video for his Lil Wayne-assisted song “Ay!” Filmed in his living room with an iPhone, the low-budget clip for the song followed the release of his track “Emo Girl,” which featured a sample of dialogue from Jennifer’s Body starring his fiancée, Megan Fox.

MGK also revealed the two main cover arts for the album. Depending on whether fans pick up a physical or digital copy, Mainstream Sellout will feature different artwork. 

The physical edition cover art for Machine Gun Kelly's 'Mainstream Sellout'
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The digital edition cover art for Machine Gun Kelly's 'Mainstream Sellout'
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Mainstream Sellout is set to arrive on March 25, 2022.