Machine Gun Kelly will not be telling you again. He’s going through shit. What kind of shit is unclear. Either way, he seems content to turn to drugs as some sort of remedy. Without finger-wagging at the Binge rapper, it is somewhat alarming to watch him openly self-destruct. Yet such is the reality he chose, and until the man decides to face his demons head-on, the Binge will likely continue. In any case “GTS” is an EP standout, with MGK taking to the seething instrumental with a notable hunger.
Now, he’s given the banger a visual component, bathing himself in a flickering green light, creating a hectic sense of urgency. Gunner dead-eyes the camera, an open wound etched across his throat, bleeding freely. Eventually, the setting explodes into an apocalyptic backdrop, and while the green-screen work is evident, it’s certainly enough to represent Kelly’s troubled mindstate.