"congratulations my brother im so very proud of you," he wrote on Instagram alongside a series of photos of himself and MGK. "ever since i think im okay we knew something was changing in the fookin water. unity in rock n roll music has been missing for a long time, but it’s coming back and coming back fast! there’s so much hate in the world right now, but f**k that , it’s a time to come to together and love the f**k out of each other, because nothing else matters. tell your best mates you love them...so kells, i fookin love ya, im so proud of ya and the album is f**kin awesome! well done. keep your eyes peeled more from us soon. go stream TTMDF ... UP THE PUNKS ! 🖤🖤🖤"
See YUNGBLUD's post here.
Though not on the album, MGK recently revealed that he and YUNGBLUD recorded three songs that will come out on a deluxe version of TTMDF later this year. The album was produced by blink-182's Travis Barker and includes a song featuring Halsey. MGK and Barker plan to perform the album in its entirety during a special livestream from The Roxy next week. Get more info about the show here.
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