Pete Davidson was filmed jamming out to some unreleased Machine Gun Kelly music that makes us so excited to hear the Cleveland rapper’s upcoming album.

The Saturday Night Live comedian sang along to the track that MGK happens to even name drop him in.

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“I even got my homie Pete out here like fuck the jokes,” the song goes.

The duo’s friendship is well documented. Davidson appeared in MGK’s “LOCO” video this past summer, road tripped to EST Fest and got a tattoo in inspired by the rapper.

We’ve heard recently that MGK is gearing up for his next album, which he claims is “just as honest” as General Admission. This was after MGK shared that he had scrapped an entire album. Not wanting to leave fans completely empty-handed, the rapper promised the new material would be coming soon. After MGK teased some new beats in January.

Then, in February, he was in the studio with  blink-182‘s Travis Barker, which only made us more excited for the album.

However, it’s not clear whether or not the song Davidson was listening to is from the upcoming release, but we sure hope it is. You can hear the snippet from the new song below.


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Last week, MGK teamed up with Yelawolf on a collab track “Rowdy” which you can listen to below.

Lately, MGK has been busy starring as  Mötley Crüe’s Tommy Lee in a Netflix biopic about the band The Dirt. He recently revealed the intense transformation process that was required for him to transform into the role.

He revealed spent over four months learning the musician’s signature drum stick move.

Last month, MGK and Mötley Crüe dropped their collab track, “The Dirt (Est. 1981)” on Sex Pistols’ guitarist Steve Jones show “Jonesy’s Jukebox”.

What do you think of the teaser of the unreleased Machine Gun Kelly song? Sound off in the comments below!

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