Machine Gun Kelly Drops Genre-Bending 'Hotel Diablo' Album: Stream it Now

Justin Campbell
Machine Gun Kelly

After dropping singles "Hollywood Whores," "El Diablo" and "I Think I'm Okay," Machine Gun Kelly officially unveiled his new album Hotel Diablo on July 5.

The 14-track record is dark, heavy-hitting and provocative with little bursts of humor scattered throughout (see: his Dracula impersonation on "A Message From The Count").

The album is a follow up to 2018's Binge and includes features from Trippie Redd, Blink 182's Travis Barker, Yungblud, Naomi Wild, Lil Skies, Madison Love and Phem. 

The Cleveland rapper -- real name Colson Baker -- just wrapped up the first leg of his sold-out tour, Hotel Diablo World Tour, in support of the album. He's also been hard at work with his acting endeavors, making appearances in Netflix's Bird Box and the Motley Crue biopic, The Dirt. MGK's tour will pick up again in August, kicking off in Thailand.

Hotel Diablo is out now via EST 19XX/Bad Boy/Interscope Records. Stream it below.