Machine Gun Kelly fans have been patiently waiting for his pop-punk record expected to arrive this year and while it won't be here as soon as we'd like, we are getting another update from the musician.

He posted a video teaser on his Instagram story showing his crew in the studio listening back to mixes of songs with the caption "omg it's almost finished."

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A little while later,
we found out the name of the album

MGK and Barker previously worked together alongside YUNGBLUD on Hotel Diablo track “I Think I’m OKAY.” Embracing that chemistry yet again, MGK revealed the vocalist will return for this new record.

Kelly also revealed other previous collaborators blackbear, Trippie Redd and Young Thug will be joining him on the new project. MGK is going big for his wish list of collabs though, including Attila frontman Fronz and the Used vocalist Bert McCracken. Machine Gun Kelly got one wish granted at least in the form of McCracken.

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Fans began wondering when the highly-anticipated album would arrive. MGK answered that question saying it would hit in early 2020, between January and March.

Then, we saw a clip of MGK at Interscope Records dancing on a table while playing a track from Tickets To My Downfall. Watch the video below.


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10am meeting at Interscope. #TicketsToMyDownfall ? ? ?: @travisbarker

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The release of the album is getting delayed until the summer though. He posted a video a little while back saying the record would arrive in the summer but no release date has surfaced as of yet.

Now though, he's back to teasing that the record is almost complete.

Today (February 28), Machine Gun Kelly posted a clip of him and his crew in the studio listening back to mixes of songs from the record. The post is captioned "omg it's almost finished" with Travis Barker tagged in the post. You can hear the song clip in the video below.

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Are you excited about Machine Gun Kelly's pop-punk record finally seeming like it's done? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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