Machine Gun Kelly, Quavo and Ty Dolla Sign Travel Overseas for New Song “Trap Paris”
Machine Gun Kelly is gearing up to release his sophomore album, Bloom, on May 12. For the third single from the album, “Trap Paris,” he links up with Quavo and Ty Dolla $ign. This record is more on par with MGK's past, leaning towards his hip-hop roots rather than his huge pop, Camila Cabello-assisted lead single “Bad Things," which peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100.
"Pull up, back home, flag on, tats out, what the fuck is that 'bout?/I'm home-bred, hometown, been around the world, I'm back now/I'm Mr. Miyagi with wax in the sake/And I'm running the streets to the city like Rocky/Who da champ? Who da champ?/Diamond fangs like a vamp/Where's the package with the stamp?/Bust it open by the Lamb/Roll it up 'till I cramp," Kelly raps.
Ty, who's been featured on over 40 songs since 2016, kills the hook. "I woke up in Paris/In the bed, with a bad bitch/First I roll up the lettuce/Then I went back for seconds/Swear that pussy the wettest," he sings.
MGK previously previewed "Trap Paris" three weeks ago. The previous single off Bloom was the Hailee Steinfeld-assisted, “At My Best,” which Kelly dropped a few weeks ago.
Listen to "Trap Paris" below.
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