Machine Gun Kelly Hip Hop Discography: Photo Credit Stefan Brending (2eight)

Machine Gun Kelly, or Richard Colson Baker has become one of the foremost spitters of today- with a lyrical style as fast as his namesake, Kelly has made waves in the past several years both in his musical prowess and the ire he was able to draw from from fabled spitter Eminem.  Whether it’s dropping fire beats or rolling in some of the hottest hip hop jewelry today, keep eyes out for this player in the years ahead.

Since starting his game career in 2006, MGK has dropped tracks with a variety of rappers from DMX (currently in jail, godspeed) Diddy, Bone Thugs N Harmony, French Montana and a wide range of other players of the game.

Between Pusha T and meek Mill collabs, Kelly has released 3 studio albums and 10 mixtapes as of this writing, with his most recent work being a diss tape aimed at one of his biggest musical influences, Eminem. Rap Devil has drawn both support as one of his best works to date, along with ire (at the time of this writing) as the Stans across the globe wait for Eminem to shred MGK in a response track.

As far as hip hop jewelry goes, how does MGK stack up? His style is poppin, with classic hip hop chains and iced out rings for days. This player has some of the illest earrings on deck and a crazy AF attitude to match. When you’re about that bling bling style make sure to hit up Hip Hop Bling for all your iced out jewelry.

Today Machine Gun Kelly is still killing it- between multiple TV, movie and tour appearances, MGK has been all over the scene, both onstage and on set.
Definitely a man to keep the eyes on, keep killing it Kelly.

Machine Gun Kelly Discography:

  • Studio Albums
  • Lace Up
    • Released: October 9, 2012
    • Label: Bad Boy, Interscope
    • Format: CD, digital download
  • General Admission
    • Released: October 16, 2015
    • Label: Bad Boy, Interscope
    • Format: CD, digital download
  • Bloom
    • Released: May 12, 2017
    • Label: Bad Boy, Interscope
    • Format: CD, digital download