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Machine Gun Kelly Releases Poppy New Track 'Let You Go'

05-01-2017
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Machine Gun Kelly

(Radio.com) Machine Gun Kelly veers further into the pop genre with his latest single "Let You Go" off his upcoming album, "Bloom", which will be released on May 12th.

The track's lyrics center around a failed relationship MGK is struggling to let go of. This single follows his previously released "At My Best" with Hailee Steinfeld and "Bad Things" with Camila Cabello.

'Woah, woah / She said you need to let me go / Woah, woah / She said I died for you, you're like my drug but I can't get high off you / You're not mine anymore," MGK sings in the pop-sounding chorus. Listen to the track here.

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