Machine Gun Kelly surrounds his bullet-fast flow and explosive live show with punk attitude and modern-rock samples; King Los and Dub-O open
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What King Los is King of: releasing electrifying mixtapes; penning introspective lyrics found on his 2015 full-length debut, God Money War, for which Diddy was an executive producer; shortening four-syllable names (Carlos Coleman) to one syllable (Los)
Dub-O’s claim to fame: best known for his hot verse on Machine Gun Kelly’s “What I Do,” he just dropped his debut, Old Lights, New Lights. To return the favor, MGK repped for him on the track, “Reppin’ Dat.”