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If you haven’t check out iann dior yet, now is the time. The 21-year old rapper just dropped a new collaboration with Machine Gun Kelly and Travis Barker. The new song is titled ” Sick and Tired.”

dior teased the track last week saying he had some good news. It was speculated that the new song was an unreleased track MGK, Barker and Dior performed together recently. Well, “Sick and Tired” confirmed it was.

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Now we know for sure and iann dior’s “Sick and Tired” isn’t messing around. dior dropped the track early on April 17 and just posted the music video at 10 a.m. EST.

 

The new song definitely fits the vibe of Machine Gun Kelly’s recent projects with Barker. The pop-punk inspired hip-hop track has an accompanying music video for fans of visuals.

We see MGK and iann dior each trapped dealing with their respective issues before linking up and jamming together, with Barker as well.

Listen to “Sick and Tired below.

“Sick and Tired” Lyrics

I’ve been losing my mind tryna figure it out
But I’m stuck in a drought
I guess I’ll start again
I’ve been losing my mind tryna figure it out
But I’m stuck in this house
I am my only friend
Lately I know I’ve been a punk and I need to sober up
Double cup it got me stuck, I think I’m losing it
‘Cause every time that I’ve been getting stuck
There’s a line inside my head
Of all my friends that they’ve been deadSince I made it out
It’s every time that you cross my mind

Remember the times, but I know that you won’t ever change I’m not sobering up, sick and tired of love
If you draw that line bae, I hope you know I’m crossing it
I’ve been losing my mind tryna figure it out But I’m stuck in a drought
I guess I’ll start again
I’ve been losing my mind tryna figure it out But I’m stuck in this house
I am my only friend
Over and over again
It’s like I never win
Why you putting me down, it don’t make any sense
I’m not sober again
But I’m tryna pretend like everything’s alright But it’s over with
I get drunk and interruptive
My eyes look red because I’m mad at myself
I stabbed the opening

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Lately everything I say you just tell me it’s wrong
I told her I won’t be here long
I can’t hold it in
Every time you cross my mind
I brought another memory to keep yours inside
I saw us drown like high tide
And everything is nothing if you’re not here tonight
I’ve been losing my mind tryna figure it out But I’m stuck in a drought
I guess I’ll start again
I’ve been losing my mind tryna figure it out But I’m stuck in this house
I am my only friend
Over and over again
It’s like I never win
Why you putting me down, it don’t make any sense
I’m not sober again
But I’m tryna pretend like everything’s alright But it’s over with

Watch them perform “Sick and Tired” live last month.

Machine Gun Kelly’s upcoming Travis Barker-produced pop-punk album Tickets To My Downfall still doesn’t have a firm release date but is expected this summer.

The album was initially teased as a rock album amid studio sessions with Travis Barker, blackbearGoody GraceMod Sun and more back in December. A little while later, we found out the name of the record in an interview with Zane Lowe.

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The record has a massive amount of guests set to appear. Other previous collaborators blackbear, Trippie Redd and Young Thug will be joining him on the new project. The rapper has also revealed hopes for collabs including Attila frontman Fronz and the Used vocalist Bert McCracken. MGK got one wish granted at least with the Used vocalist.

It was initially teased for an early 2020 release but was later changed to a summer dropSeveral teaser clips have arrived including a full band performance of an untitled song recently while Machine Gun Kelly has given a playlist of songs inspiring the album.

Tell us what you think of iann dior’s new track with MGK and Travis Barker in the comments below!

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