Machine Gun Kelly Taps Lil Wayne for New Track and Video "ay!"

From his upcoming sixth studio album, ‘Mainstream Sellout.’

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Machine Gun Kelly has employed Lil Wayne for his latest track and music video, titled “ay!,” off his forthcoming album, Mainstream Sellout.

The visual, which MGK says he filmed “last night in [his] living room,” sees the chart-topper changing between a multitude of flashy outfits while seated at a table in a colorful closet among a group of friends. While Wayne does not physically appear in the video, a paper cut-out of the top-shelf rapper moves across the table throughout his guest verse.

The track, produced by frequent collaborator Travis Barker, BazeXX and SlimXX, marks the second offering to arrive ahead of Mainstream Sellout‘s debut, following “Emo Girl,” featuring Willow, which was released early last month.

While teasing “ay!” on Twitter earlier this week, the Blonde Don hinted at an additional track with Weezy and Barker alongside an image with the two musical powerhouses. “The stories from these two studio sessions are legendary,” he wrote. “We’ll just start with the first song tonight tho.”

The upcoming album, which is slated to debut on March 25, was formerly known as Born With Horns, a moniker which MGK and Barker confirmed after getting matching tattoos of the name. MGK revealed to Barker that he had changed the name in a comical video shared to social media earlier this year.

Watch Machine Gun Kelly’s new music video for “ay!,” featuring Lil Wayne, above.

Elsewhere in music, watch Pusha T’s performance of “Diet Coke”on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

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