Machine Gun Kelly and Yungblud paid tribute to the victims of Dayton Ohio and El Paso shootings during their performance of ‘I Think I’m Okay‘ on The Late Late Show.
If anyone can relate to pain and heartache, it is American rapper, Machine Gun Kelly. The rapper whose recent album, Hotel Diablo is laced with songs about struggling with various issues and redemption is sending out a heart of warmth to the victims of the El Paso and Dayton shootings.
MGK appeared as the musical guest on The Late Late Show with James Corden and debuted one of the songs on the Hotel Diablo album, I Think I’m Okay. He was joined by
American British singer, Yungblud who he collaborates with on the track. This isn’t the first time both artists have performed the song, as they performed it at the last ever Warped Tour in California. Their performance on The Late Late Show is the first time they’ll perform the song on television.
The song was started by a shirtless Machine Gun Kelly sitting on a rack of amps, after which Yungblud joins him with a shred of his guitar for the song’s chorus. Both artists gave a very emotional rendition of the song to the TV audience. They concluded the performance by flipping their guitars to reveal the words DAYTON and EL PASO written in pasted black and white tape.
After the performance, Kelly shared an image of the emotional moment on his Instagram with a broken heart emoji. Both artists are one of many celebrities who have reacted to the sad news.