Machine Gun Kelly PVRIS

Hear Machine Gun Kelly sample a PVRIS classic for “In These Walls”

April 14, 2020
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Machine Gun Kelly fantastically sampled Shawn Mendesvocals over a recent freestyle and he’s back with another sweet vocal sampling of PVRIS for his new track “My House.”

As part of his isolation “Lockdown Sessions,” the rapper is dropping his latest song in a lengthy series of tracks and covers he’s been releasing.

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As Machine Gun Kelly began his isolation, he started dropping daily cover videos which eventually expanded into freestyles too.

To date, he’s covered everything from Paramore‘s “Misery Business,” a cover of Nirvana‘s “Smells Like Teen Spirit,”  Juice WRLD‘s “Lucid Dreams” and tons of other songs. He’s also given a cover of Avril Lavigne‘s “Sk8er Boi” and shared full performances of Paramore‘s “Misery Business” with Travis Barker as well as an Oasis cover of their track “Champagne Supernova” with YUNGBLUD.

More recently, he used a Shawn Mendes vocal line as the base for a beat on a new track he wrote that also references Lil Peep.

Now, he’s giving PVRIS some love with his latest song, “In These Walls.” The new track samples PVRIS’ “My House” with Lynn Gunn’s haunting vocal melodies creeping overtop the song.

You can check out the track in the player below.

MGK is also still working way through the final stages of his upcoming pop-punk album Tickets To My Downfall

The album’s release date is still unknown but is expected sometime this summer after delaying from its early 2020 release date.

Recently, we got a tease from rapper Iann Dior showing something new is arriving on April 17.

This comes after several 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.

What do you think of Machine Gun Kelly sampling PVRIS for his latest song? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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Written by Joe Smith-Engelhardt