℗ 2020 Bad Boy/Interscope Records
Tickets To My Downfall Tracklist:
Some of Colson’s best work transforming his sound to pop punk bringing back that 90’s early 2k vibes when we all sing Blink-182 anthems and stayed up to watch headbangers ball I hope he explores this rock n roll scene further
people change. people evolve. at 29 years old, at every age. there’s no reason that an artist should keep the same style if that’s not what they want to produce. he released countless songs, albums and covers since everything in 2018. and from bloom (yes before it all happened), through binge, hotel diablo, into tickets to my downfall, you can hear his sound start to change into what it is now. his music changes as he does. panic! at the disco did it, fallout boy, taylor swift, Miley Cyrus. the change in his sound has nothing to do with the drama. he’s a young guy, let him evolve like one and express it through his music. this album shows it in a raw and honest light like no other artist has. if you can’t appreciate that, idk what to tell you
Bro, this album is up there with Dookie and Enema of the State. You also got those god tier drums in Travis Barker. Album is FIRREEEE. Seriously MGK, your voice is like made for this. Incredible work. jawbreaker, bloody valentine, lonely, all i know, forget me too...literally the whole album. Masterful work
After watching MGK crash and burn in the battle with Eminem, I didn’t have high hopes for this album. But seeing that Travis Barker was a part of it... I gave it a shot. Wow! Kelly can definitely chop flows in hip-hop, but I hope he abandons his rap career, and keeps on his pop-punk train! This album was dope! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
🤢🤮 He says you have to wear certain kind of shoes to be a rock star or else your fake. 😂 So now he’s the gatekeeper of rock music. He knows all about being fake. Once he starts rapping again he’ll start with the Wannabe Gangster Persona.
i always knew mgk as a rapper. didnt care for his rapping but ive heard of him and heard a couple of his songs. i love blink and 90s/00s pop punk and alt rock, thats like my childhood and teenage years right there. idk if its bc he made such a huge genre switch, but this feels kinda inauthentic. like hes just chasing the sound thatll make him stand out, not making the music that he wants. the album isnt bad, it just kinda feels like using a sound that isnt his. feels like hes capitalizing on all the people like me, who grew up on alt rock and are moving into their late 20s/early 30s and would enjoy hearing something that reminds them of the music they listened to when they were younger.
This versatile guy takes a lot of artistic risks and he nailed it on this album. It's far more than an attitude or playing rap games with Eminem. He found a solid groove with Travis and his other collaborators, the production and songwriting are tight, and Travis is still absolutely ripping on drums. Although Travis is clearly a catalyst on TTMD, MGK also brought the secret sauce and made something great happen. All the 1-star reviews are from ignorant bitter fools.