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Machine Gun Kelly Premieres New Music Video 'Champions' Featuring P. Diddy

February 19, 2013 (6:14 am) GMT
The Bad Boy record label artist debuts the music video in support of his new collaboration track with rap mogul Diddy.

Interscope and Bad Boy record label rapper , premieres the music video to his new single "Champions" featuring rap mogul . For his new track, the 22-year-old artist from Cleveland, Ohio makes use of the melody of the classic anthem "We Are the Champions" by British rock band written by its frontman Freddie Mercury.

The four-minute-plus clip starts off with MGK cooking something up in the kitchen, where, later in the video, he hosts some guests, popping bottles of champagne and Jack Daniels, as they hang out in his place. It ends with the cover art of his new mixtape entitled "Black Flag" and his debut album "" released last October 2012.

MGK's "Black Flag" mixtape, set to be released soon, will feature hip-hop artists , and . His debut album "Lace Up" featured guest appearances from , , and , among many others.

Kelly became famous after releasing a string of mixtapes: "Stamp of Approval" (2006), "Homecoming" (2008), "100 Words and Running" (2010), and "Lace Up" (2010). In 2011. He was named MTV's Hottest Breakthrough MC and in the following year, won the MTVu Breaking Woodie award.

He had already previously collaborated with P. Diddy on 's "Ocho Cinco" track, and have done team-ups with such artists as , , and Lil Jon.



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