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Machine Gun Kelly has been a busy little bee and it seems he’s been even busier than we expected. The rapper announced a rock album in 2020 and said a new song would release by the end of this year.

Collaborations with Goody Grace, Travis Barker, blackbear and even Atilla‘s Chris Fronzak also seem to be on the horizon.

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The two biggest pieces of news appear to be that MGK plans to drop a rock album next year and that a new song is set to be released before the year’s end. How do we know these things? Well, he tweeted them.

Whether the song is one with Goody Grace and Travis Barker that we’ve been constantly teased about is still a mystery.

What makes the potential rock album even more interesting is the back-and-forth that it created with Chris Fronzak.

A potential collaboration between MGK and Atilla would be legendary. If MGK plans to drop a rock album, he’ll most likely tour it as well. That opens the doors to even more collaborations with other artists.

Machine Gun Kelly also posted on his Instagram story about receiving vocals from Blackbear.

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MGK and blackbear worked together on “End Of The Road” off the rapper’s debut full-length, Lace Up, and even performed the song live this past summer at EST Fest. The duo also worked together again after that for blackbear’s “e.z.” and with Mod Sun on “Shoot ‘Em Down.”

Whether this pertains to the song releasing before the end of the year, we don’t know. Are the blackbear vocals going on the Goody Grace, blackbear, Travis Barker track? Are they for something entirely new?

We know MGK likes to collaborate with tons of high-profile superstars as shown with his collab with YUNGBLUD and Travis Barker on “I Think I’m OKAY”.

Anyway, there are a lot more questions than answers and we hope we get them soon. Maybe Fred Durst and Machine Gun Kelly will come scurrying down the chimney and deliver good news like presents.

What do you make of all this MGK news? Sound off below!

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