With Bloom dropping on May 12, Machine Gun Kelly releases a new single off the album. “Let You Go” finds the rapper looking back at a past relationship that went sour.

"Ayy, I still remember what you wore on the first night/Still remember how that black dress had your curves right/Still remember smokin' just to calm my nerves/'Til you had to leave and grabbed your purse, I grabbed first/Uh, there's no words, yeah, it's just her/Body against mine, makeup on my shirt," he raps.

MGK previously released “Trap Paris" featuring with Quavo and Ty Dolla $ign, the Hailee Steinfeld-assisted “At My Best” and the Camila Cabello-assisted lead single “Bad Things,” which peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100.

While music is looking good for the rhymer, things aren't so groovy for the Cleveland native when it comes to his health right now. Machine Gun Kelly suffered severe chest pains during a recent show at the Seminole Casino in South Florida last week and collapsed backstage before returning to finish the show. He gave more details about the incident earlier this week. Yesterday afternoon (April 27), Machine Gun Kelly announced on Twitter that he's postponing the next three upcoming gigs due to the serious chest injury.

"As many of you know I sustained a pretty intense chest injury on a movie set last week," MGK wrote. "Since then I've seen multiple doctors in attempt to speed up my recovery process. I was advised to take one month off to make sure I fully recovered but you know that's not how I rock."

The former XXL Freshman is starring in the sci-fi action movie Captive State, a Rupert Wyatt film in which he stars alongside Vera Farmiga, John Goodman and Ashton Sanders.

Listen to "Let You Go" below.

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