Music Meltdown: Is Machine Gun Kelly Pop-Punk’s Savior?

When discussing the newly knighted pop-punk king, Machine Gun Kelly sometimes you need time to process. This episode was recorded over a one month span from when our hosts first fell for Kels at the very start of the inception of Name 3 Songs to when my ex's best friend dropped in late August to the release of Tickets to my Downfall.

Machine Gun Kelly is the man of the week, and he honestly deserves all the hype in the world with his 5th studio album getting over 132 million streams within its first night available to the general public. The episode takes place over the span of a month, our hosts Sara Feigin and Jenna Million first fell for Kels at the very start of the inception of Name 3 Songs when my ex’s best friend dropped in late August. Since then they have been taking in as much Machine Gun Kelly content as possible. Join Sara and Jenna as they explain their newfound love for MGK and why they think he’s bringing something new a different to the world of music. Also in this episode is a full debriefing and breakdown on the gift that is Tickets To My Downfall. We give you the lowdown on our favorite songs on the record and even some hot takes on what we think is wrong with the album (tbh there’s not much wrong with it.)

!!!! As always this podcast is largely opinion-based. Nothing we say is anything out than our personal thoughts and feelings based on pre-existing knowledge or facts we’ve picked up along the way.

If you’d like to continue the conversation on how Machine Gun Kelly is the king of pop-punk, please joining us on Twitter @Name3Songs or chat with us personally @sara_feigin and @jenna_million

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