Machine Gun Kelly Unveils Emotional Music Video for 'Home' Ft. X Ambassadors and Bebe Rexha


Machine Gun Kelly Unveils Emotional Music Video for 'Home' Ft. X Ambassadors and Bebe Rexha


One of the scenes shows the 'Bad things' hitmaker reuniting with his wife and son before helping his friend stand up against the police.
Machine Gun Kelly has released the music video for X Ambassadors and Bebe Rexha-assisted track "Home", which serves as a soundtrack for Netflix's upcoming movie "Bright". The emotional clip, which is a replication of the world of the movie, finds the "Bad Things" hitmaker returning home after being released from incarceration.

One of the scenes shows MGK, whose real name is Richard Colson Baker, reuniting with both his wife and son before helping his friends stand up against the police. There is also a scene where MGK, X Ambassador and Rexha are seen singing at Sunset Boulevard. "Home/ A place where I can go/ To take this off my shoulders," they sing. "Someone take me home/ Someone take me."



"Home" is one of the tracks off "Bright:The Album", which is due out on December 15. The effort also includes songs from A$AP Rocky, Future, Lil Uzi Vert, Logic, Meek Mill, Migos, Snoop Dogg and YG. Talking to Rap-Up, MGK revealed that the track could also have a social-political impact and that he is proud of it. "I'm down with standing up against stereotypes, and all this race violence and discrimination," he said. "It's coming at a perfect time."

Rexha, on the other hand, revealed that the song is about familiarity, remarking that it would resonate with a lot of people. "It's feeling like you just want to find somewhere to rest your head," she shared. "To feel safe, to feel like you're not the only one, and you're not alone. I think a lot of people feel that way. That's why I think that the song will definitely resonate with a lot of people."

Meanwhile, David Ayer, who helmed both the music video and the movie, stated the visuals for the track was unlike any other other visuals that he had ever done. "I've done 100-plus music videos," he said. "I don't think I've ever done a music video like this."


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