Is Lana Del Rey teasing a Machine Gun Kelly collab?
Singer Lana Del Rey appears to be teasing a collaboration with Machine Gun Kelly in her latest Instagram post—take a look below. Is a new song from the reportedly Radiohead-ripping vocalist and Eminem-fueding "Rap Devil" on the way?
The short clip shared Tuesday shows Del Rey listening to a track while seated in a car. And the tune is being identified as evidence of the pair's musical partnership. As if to make things explicitly clear, the singer also tagged Kelly in the caption.
"Look, this is gonna end bad for you," Kelly is heard rapping in the previewed portion of tune, as transcribed by the NME. "I'm gonna go mad for you. I know you wanna be bad for me but I don't wanna move too fast for you."
Del Rey's upcoming sixth album, Norman Fucking Rockwell, is due next year. And she's already released the effort's first singles, "Mariners Apartment Complex" and "Venice Bitch." But it's yet to be seen how or when the MGK collab will drop.
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Not to mention, Machine Gun Kelly and Lana Del Rey were recently spotted together in the studio. We'd say that puts the probability of an impending collaborative track at an all-time high. (Check out the Instagram story of that, below.)
Earlier this month, MGK unleashed an urgent music video for his new single "GTS." And, much like its acronym suggests, "GTS" stands for "Going Through Shit," the song seemingly referencing the rapper's rough year with rap feuds.
Are you ready to rock a collab track from the unique artistic coupling of Del Ray and Kelly? What do you make of the singer's cryptic social media post about the collaboration? Sound off in the comments section and let us know your take!