The soundtrack to Machine Gun Kelly’s most recent movie, “Taurus,” has finally been released. On November 23, the song with Naomi Wild’s assistance and its dismal music video were released.
The 32-year-old singer/rapper raps about the burden of fame and its effects on his mental health on the song, which bears his birth sign. I don’t care how big I grow, I still remain unedited/ I built this from the ground up, y’all just living it, I spit. “Fighting with myself so I can’t help that I’m competitive/ This movie is my life but I still remain uncredited/ I built this from the ground up, y’all just living it.”
Along with Megan Fox’s fiancé, MGK also appears in “Taurus” as “a rising but troubled singer who continuously hunts for the inspiration to record his next song.” Ruby Rose, Demetrius “Lil Meech” Flenory, Scoot McNairy, Lil Tjay, and Maddie Hasson also appear.
Although the film is now playing in theaters, MGK has other reasons to rejoice. He was just nominated for his first Grammy Award for Best Rock Album for his song “Mainstream Sellout.” Additionally, at the 2022 American Music Awards, he was named Favorite Rock Artist.
The “Midnight in the Switchgrass” actor made fun of his purple Dolce & Gabbana costume, which was entirely covered in metal spikes, during his acceptance speech at this year’s AMAs. This costume is incredibly difficult to urinate in, I just want to say, I’m pushing for larger mic stands next time,” he said.
Colson Baker, better known as MGK, also criticized the rock scene for its lack of backing. Speaking of uneasy, he added, “some locals have mistakenly referred to me as a tourist, but they’re wrong; I’m the rocket man.