Machine Gun Kelly Unveils New Details of Collaborative Pop-Punk Album With Travis Barker

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Bridger Scott

Machine Gun Kelly

Machine Gun Kelly's forthcoming collaborative album with Blink-182's Travis Barker finally has a name! 

On Tuesday (Jan. 14), the rapper revealed that the project will be called Tickets To My Downfall in an joint interview with the drummer on Apple Music's Beats 1. (For nearly a year, Kelly has been teasing the upcoming LP as "the untitled pop punk project" on social media.)

While a release date remains to be set, the pop-punk LP will be far from the rapper's first foray into the realm of rock. Last summer, MGK teamed up with rising British rocker Yungblud as well as Barker on rap-rock album cut "I Think I'm Okay" and has already announced a planned rock album for later in 2020 following the release of Tickets To My Downfall.

The new project will serve as a follow-up to Machine Gun Kelly's fourth studio album -- 2019's Hotel Diablo -- which spawned singles "Hollywood Wh--e," "El Diablo," "Glass House" and the aforementioned "I Think I'm Okay." 

Check out Machine Gun Kelly's title reveal below.