Edge of Destruction

  • Machine Gun Kelly hooked up with rappers Tech N9ne and Twista for this track. However, much to his disappointment, scheduling conflicts prevented the threesome recording their collaboration together. "We weren't all in the studio, which was a bummer. I wish me, Tech and Twist could've been in there together," he told MTV News, "but Twista really fed off of Tech N9ne's verse though."
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