Machine Gun Kelly has teamed up with Vevo for a special live performance of “fake love don’t last,” his third installment for the series. Kelly teams with Iann Dior on the “fake love don’t last” video, the recorded version which appears on his latest album, Mainstream Sellout. The video for “fake love don’t last” follows MGK’s previously shared live performances of “more than life” and “twin flame.”
Mainstream Sellout was released in March of this year, taking the No.1 spot on the album charts and earning MGK a string of Top 10 singles on the Rock charts. MGK released a new track “more than life,” featuring 17-year-old musician Glaive, which appeared as a bonus track on Mainstream Sellout when it was released on vinyl.
Kelly is currently on tour in support of Mainstream Sellout through October. After he finishes his North American run, he’ll be bringing his show across Europe.
Take a look at the live video for “fake love don’t last” – here.
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