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On the tune, which features a guest appearance from Naomi Wild, the 32-year-old singer/rapper raps about the pressure of fame and its impact on his mental health.

AceShowbiz - Machine Gun Kelly has finally unleashed the title track of his latest film, "Taurus". The Naomi Wild-assisted song arrived on Wednesday, November 23 along with its gloomy music video.

On the tune, named after his birth sign, the 32-year-old singer/rapper raps about the pressure of fame and its impact on his mental health. "Fighting with myself so I can't help that I'm competitive/ This movie is my life but I still remain uncredited. I don't care how big I get, I still remain unedited/ I built this from the ground up, y'all just living it," he spits.

In the movie, MGK plays "a rising but troubled musician who endlessly searches for the inspiration to record his next song." Aside from the fiance of Megan Fox, "Taurus" stars Ruby Rose, Demetrius "Lil Meech" Flenory, Scoot McNairy, Lil Tjay as well as Maddie Hasson.

While the movie is currently in theaters, MGK has other things to celebrate. He recently received his first-ever Grammy Award nomination as his "Mainstream Sellout" is up for Best Rock Album. Moreover, he won Favorite Rock Artist at the 2022 American Music Awards.

During his acceptance speech at this year's AMAs, the "Midnight in the Switchgrass" actor joked about his purple Dolce & Gabbana suit that was completely covered in metal spikes. "I just want to say, I'm petitioning for larger mic stands next time. This suit is really uncomfortable to pee in," he quipped.

MGK, whose real name is Colson Baker, also called out the rock community for their lack of support. "Speaking of uncomfortable," he said, "there have been some people in the community who have called me a tourist, but they're wrong. I'm the rocket man."

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