Machine Gun Kelly and Halsey Share a Rocky Romance in ‘Forget Me Too’ Music Video

Song hails from the recent Stern Show guest’s new album “Tickets to My Downfall”

October 22, 2020

Machine Gun Kelly and pop star Halsey play star-crossed lovers in the music video for their new song “Forget Me Too,” hailing from the rapper, rocker, and recent Stern Show guest’s chart-topping album “Tickets to My Downfall.”

The Philip Andelman-directed clip (above) begins with MGK tooling around on a motorcycle when he’s suddenly overcome with pain—a Magic 8-Ball is stuck in his back. After digging it out, he finds 26-year-old singer songwriter Halsey trapped inside and the two musicians spend much of the next three minutes yelling and screaming at each other.

Haley is one of several famous artists to lend their talents to MGK’s new pop-punk album, which debuted earlier this month at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart. The effort also features Blackbear, Trippie Redd, and Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker, who both produced the album and makes a cameo in the “Forget Me Too” video.

Machine Gun Kelly had plenty to say about “Tickets to My Downfall” during his Stern Show debut last month. He also opened up to Howard about his relationship with actress Megan Fox, his friendship with comedian Pete Davidson, and his much-publicized feud with rapper Eminem. Watch a clip from their sit-down (below).

Machine Gun Kelly’s “Tickets to My Downfall” is available now.

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