The rapper posted the song produced by Pro Logic just hours before he opened his 'No Class' tour, which is scheduled to run through October, on Wednesday, September 3.
Machine Gun Kelly has debuted a new track titled "Wanna Ball". Produced by Toronto's Pro Logic, it was uploaded to the rapper's SoundCloud page just hours before he's scheduled to kick off his "No Class" tour on Wednesday, September 3.
The new record features MGK discussing various real-life issues and the struggle he overcame as he started his music career. "But I was just local, didn't have a rap name/ I was just hopeful/ Paid for my first studio session with quarters, we ain't even have enough money to cut vocals," he raps at one point.
MGK is hitting the road for his "No Class" tour. He'll visit some North American cities including Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Dallas, San Antonio, Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Indianapolis, Detroit, Boston and Louisville before closing out the two-month trek on October 31 in Bismarc.
"This tour was designed to strip people of all the labels and statuses given to us by society. Our concert is class-less, there's no separation of high or low class... our music is for the people," he said.