Machine Gun Kelly Drops Video for 'State of Mind (Freestyle)'


Machine Gun Kelly Drops Video for 'State of Mind (Freestyle)'
The black-and-white visuals features the Cleveland rapper hitting various places and talking about being the best in the game.


Just hours after his freestyle "State of Mind" landed online, Machine Gun Kelly released the music video for the track. Shot in black and white by director Young Trap God, the three-minute visuals shows the rapper spitting his bars in various locations.

The Cleveland native can be heard talking about being the latest and greatest in the game over the beat of Cam'ron, Jay-Z, and Juelz Santana's "Welcome to New York City". He also brags about breaking bread with Jay.

"Stop sleepin' on me I just broke bread with Hova/ I'm talkin' Jigga man, hundred f**kin' million man/ Hundred hustlers at Puffs crib, no civilians there/ Do not get it twisted cause I never pose for pictures man/ I'm livin the life you haters picture on the Instagram," he raps.

"State of Mind" is presumably taken from Machine Gun Kelly's forthcoming album which is currently still in the works.

Machine Gun Kelly's "State of Mind (Freestyle)" music video

© AceShowbiz.com


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