Machine Gun Kelly is open for business. The fiery rapper has returned with Hotel Diablo, his follow-up to last year’s BINGE EP and first full-length album since 2017’s bloom.

Boasting 14 tracks, Hotel Diablo features guest contributions from Trippie Redd, Phem, Lil Skies, Naomi Wild and Madison Love.

Few details were known prior to the album’s release other than the Bird Box actor got a head tattoo in support of the project last month. On Thursday afternoon (July 4), MGK insisted it was enjoyable in whatever state his fans happen to find themselves in when listening to the album for the first time.

Considering it’s Independence Day, the “Rap Devil” mastermind assumed most people were going to be intoxicated when they hit play.

“I’m guessing a lot of y’all are gonna be drunk when listening to the album tonight because of the holiday so find a designated drive, tell them get on the highway, go fast, and turn it up load,” he tweeted. “then listen again tomorrow!!! and the next day, and the next .. #Hotel Diablo.”

“you can listen to it sober and get the same high,” he tweeted. “good albums work like that.”

To find out for yourself, check out the Hotel Diablo album stream, cover art and tracklist below.

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  1. Sex Drive
  2. el Diablo
  3. Hollywood Whore
  4. Glass House f. Naomi Wild
  5. Burning Memories f. Lil Skies
  6. A Message From The Count
  7. Floor 13
  8. Roulette
  9. Truck Norris Interlude
  10. Death In My Pocket
  11. Candy f. Trippie Redd
  12. Waste Love. f. Madison Love
  13. 5:3666 f. Phem
  14. I Think I’m OKAY

[This article has been updated. The last version was published by Justin Ivey on June 11, 2019 and can be found below.]

Machine Gun Kelly’s Hotel Diablo LP officially has a release date. It’s also got a permanent placement on his scalp.

MGK revealed Hotel Diablo is scheduled to drop July 5 in an Instagram post, which included a video of him getting the album’s title tattooed on the back of his head.

“album comes JULY 5th,” he wrote in the caption. “#HotelDiablo.”

Check out MGK’s new ink below.

[This post has been updated. The following was originally published on April 2, 2019.]

Machine Gun Kelly’s next album will be titled Hotel Diablo. MGK unveiled the name in a social media clip posted on Tuesday (April 2).

Although the Interscope Records artist didn’t share any additional details about the LP, he did announce dates for a tour in support of the project. Tickets for the tour go on sale this Friday (April 5).

Lately, MGK has been busy with his acting career. He had a role in Netflix’s hit film Bird Box and stars as Tommy Lee in the recently released Mötley Crüe biopic The Dirt.

Hotel Diablo will be MGK’s follow-up to 2018’s BINGE EP. It will also be his first studio album since 2017’s bloom.

Check out the dates for MGK’s Hotel Diablo Tour below.

May 10 — Rockingham, NC @ Epicenter Festival
May 31 — Cincinnati, OH @ Bunbury Music Festival
June 1 — Detroit, MI
June 2 — Pittsburgh, PA
June 4 — Philadelphia, PA
June 6 — Washington, D.C.
June 7 — Worcester, MA
June 8 — New York, NY
June 9 — Sayreville, NJ
June 11 — Chicago, IL
June 12 — St. Paul, MN
June 14 — Kansas City, MO
June 15 — Dallas, TX
June 16 — Houston, TX
June 18 — Phoenix, AZ
June 19 — Anaheim, CA
June 21 — Heber City, UT @ Bonanza Campout
June 22 — Denver, CO
June 24 — Boise, ID
June 25 — Seattle, WA
June 26 — Portland, OR
June 28 — San Francisco, CA
June 29 — Las Vegas, NV
June 30 — Los Angeles, CA
August 2 — Butler, OH @ EST Fest
August 3 — Butler, OH @ EST Fest
August 9 — TBA
August 11 — TBA
August 13 — TBA
August 16 — Osaka, JP @ Summer Sonic
August 17 — Tokyo, JP @ Summer Sonic
August 23 — Leeds, UK @ Leeds Festival
August 25 — Reading, UK @ Reading Festival
August 26 — Glasgow, UK
August 27 — Manchester, UK
August 28 — Bristol, UK
August 30 — Birmingham, UK
August 31 — London, UK
September 1 — Paris, FR
September 3 — Brussels, BE
September 4 — Amsterdam, NL
September 5 — Cologne, DE
September 7 — Zurich, CH
September 8 — Milan, IT
September 9 — Prague, CZ
September 11 — Warsaw, PL
September 12 — Berlin, DE
September 13 — Hamburg, DE
September 15 — Copenhagen, DK
September 16 — Oslo, NO
September 17 — Stockholm, SE
September 19 — Helsinki, FI
September 21 — St. Petersburg, RU
September 22 — Moscow, RU