Machine Gun Kelly shares new video for “Dopeman”: Watch

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Dopeman is the latest song from ‘The Land’ Film to get a visual.

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Cleveland, Ohio’s own Machine Gun Kelly released the official video for a song called, “Dopeman.” According to several reports, the song is part of the soundtrack for a film called, ‘The Land.” Machine Gun Kelly is also an executive producer for it. Machine Gun Kelly doesn’t get the love that I’d like him to get. He’s talented, looks good, and he doesn’t seem to have a negative past, so what is it? Regardless of what it might be, I’ll just do my best to continue to push his work forward. Watch the entertaining new Steven Caple Jr-direction below.


Read more about Machine Gun Kelly via Wikipedia:


Richard Colson Baker was born on April 22, 1990, in Houston, to missionary parents. MGK and his family moved all around the globe and took up residence abroad from Egypt to Germany, as well as throughout the United States, in Chicago, Denver, and Cleveland. He settled in Denver, along with his father, after his mother had left home, and the pair moved in with MGK’s aunt. Following his father suffering from depression and unemployment, MGK endured bullying from other children in the neighborhood. He started listening to rap in the sixth grade, when he attended Hamilton Middle School, a school with an ethnically diverse student body in Denver, Colorado. The first three rappers that got him into the genre of hip hop as a child were Ludacris, Eminem and DMX, with MGK gaining severe interest in the genre after listening to DMX’s “We Right Here” from the album The Great Depression (2001). MGK’s home life was seldom stable, as he would regularly fight with his father. When he attended Denver’s Thomas Jefferson High School, his father moved to Kuwait to work for the army and left him behind to live in his aunt’s basement.

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