MACHINE GUN KELLY, TRAVIS BARKER Speak Up Against Racial Injustice With "Killing In The Name" Cover
Machine Gun Kelly and Travis Barker were among the celebrities and musicians who joined protests in the streets of Los Angeles in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. But the pair has decided to awaken the fire within more people with a cover of Rage The Machine's 1992 hit "Killing In The Name", a protest song against police brutality.
The song cover came with a music video which features footage of the actor-rapper and the blink-182 drummer holding placards that read "NO JUSTICE, NO PEACE" and "Stop arresting protestors! Arrest killer cops!" See the video below:
MGK and Travis are set to release their pop-punk collaborative album Tickets To My Downfall soon. They previously teamed up with rising British rock star Yungblud on the rap-rock single "I Think I'm Okay," and have continuously produce new content as part of MGK's #LockdownSessions.