(AllHipHop News) Cleveland rapper Machine Gun Kelly is planning the follow up release to his hit single "Wild Boys."
His next single will be titled "Rain" and will be a conceptual record, according to MGK.
"Its a deep song, It's the opposite of 'Wild Boys,' very revolutionary," Machine Gun Kelly told AllHipHop.com. "It's a rebellion type of message so its kind of one of those joints like, it gives you three minutes to free yourself."
According to MGK, "Rain" is a precursor to his first official album for Sean "Diddy" Combs' Bad Boy imprint, which has signed the rapper to a two album deal.
"They gave me full creative control, I have control over everything in my project and it's worked out for me well," MGK told AllHipHop.com. "They let me grind, they didn't hand me s**t. But Puff is like a big brother to me."
Machine Gun Kelly also revealed that he will not release any more mixtapes until his debut release Lace Up for Bad Boy.
"I didn't come here to the industry to make friends I came to make a change," MGK said. "I am friends with the people who were with me when I was a nobody."
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