Machine Gun Kelly, YUNGBLUD capture energetic collab in gritty live video
The video was shot in Denver.July 23, 2019
The Cleveland rapper shared the video on Twitter with his fans. Travis Barker also appears on the track.
“finally!!! the full video of “i think i’m OKAY” live in Denver up now,” he wrote.
— colson (@machinegunkelly) July 23, 2019
The high-energy video really matches the overall vibe of the song. Also, you can’t deny that the trio look like they’re having the time of their lives playing the track. You can watch the entire video down below.
You can also watch the official music video for the song down below.
At the last ever Warped Tour, MGK joined YUNGBLUD onstage to perform the track.
Prior to the performance, YUNGBLUD teased that something was going to happen.
— YUNGBLUD (@yungblud) July 21, 2019
The singer had a plane flying around the Warped grounds that read “Hope for the underrated youth.”
— DJ and NA (@pastyourbedtime) July 22, 2019
However, this wasn’t exactly the surprise he was referencing as his set at the 25th anniversary Warped Tour stop kicked off a few hours later. Machine Gun Kelly joined the singer onstage for “I Think I’m Okay,” which appears on the rapper’s recently released Hotel Diablo.
YUNGBLUD made his Warped Tour debut on the final cross-country run in 2018, and this wasn’t MGK’s first set either. The rapper had a handful of dates in 2011, and he hit the run in 2012. In the following years, he joined acts such as Sleeping With Sirens in 2013, Linkin Park in 2014 and We The Kings in 2016.
After their high-energy performance, the duo dove into the audience for an epic crowdsurf.
— YUNGBLUD ARGENTINA (@yungbludARG) July 22, 2019
— punk rock gabs? (@gabby_kelsch11) July 22, 2019
The move isn’t a surprise given they did the same thing a few weeks ago after performing the track from atop a bus. To get inside an after party, they did the only thing that makes sense and crowdsurfed their way over.
Check out some more footage from their equally epic Warped Tour performance below.
— The Noise (@thenoise) July 22, 2019
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