by Eric Sandy
He broke down the basics of what it means to be a young entertainer coming up in Cleveland's hip-hop scene. Here are some context-free snippets from his interview:
"I just did outlandish things like pull up to high schools - you know, every fucking high school - on the east side, hand out my CDs. Already it was just awkward, 'cause it's a white boy, it's a rapper."
"I got all my stuff organically."
"People are meant to go in it. People are meant to go out of it."
"Damn, I just stuttered like a motherfucker."
"If you're cool with somebody, they're going to want to do stuff for you, man. Flat out."
"Fuck it; two titties in a bucket."
Check out the surprisingly in-depth full video below for the rest of Machine Gun Kelly's wisdom and a preview of his quaint new single, "Ratchet":