10 Albums MGK Can’t Live Without

MGK breaks down his biggest influences.

paul-ulaneby paul-ulane

machine gun kelly, mgk, lace upMachine Gun Kelly got signed by P. Diddy at Bad Boy records and was named the Hottest Breakthrough MC of 2011 by MTV, so he knows a thing or two about rapping. That’s why we asked the rapid-fire lyricist out of Cleveland, OH to break down the 10 albums that he can’t live without. You probably won’t be surprised by what he put at #1, but after that, his list features an interesting mix of soul classics, new school hip-hop and even some funk-rock. Check it out to see if you own any of the records that helped MGK become the musician he is today.

1. Lace Up – MGK

2. Enema of the State – Blink 182

3. It’s Dark And Hell Is Hot – DMX

4. Kamikaze – Twista

5. Red Hot Chili Peppers: Greatest Hits – Red Hot Chili Peppers

6. 8 Mile Soundtrack – Eminem

7. Get Rich or Die Tryin’ – 50 Cent

8. All Eyez on Me – Tupac

9. Art of War – Bone Thugs-n-Harmony

10. Greatest Hits: The Temptations – The Temptations