Machine Gun Kelly Releases New “Sad Version” of Hit Song “I Think I’m Okay” with Yungblud

Machine Gun Kelly and Yungblud have released a new version of their hit song "I Think I'm Okay" titled the "Sad Version," along with a deluxe edition of MGK's album Hotel Diablo. The stripped-down version showcases the vulnerability and emotion behind the lyrics, demonstrating MGK's versatility as an artist.

Machine Gun Kelly and Yungblud have teamed up once again to release a new version of their hit song “I Think I’m Okay.” The original version, released in 2019, was a high-energy, punk-infused anthem that quickly became a fan favorite. Now, five years later, the duo has revisited the track with a more somber and emotional twist.

The new version, aptly titled the “Sad Version,” features stripped-down instrumentals and raw vocals from both artists. The lyrics remain the same, but the delivery is more vulnerable and reflective. The accompanying music video also reflects this mood, with black and white visuals and intimate shots of MGK and Yungblud.

In a statement, MGK shared his thoughts on the new version, saying, “This song has always been special to me, but revisiting it with Yungblud and creating this ‘Sad Version’ brought a whole new level of emotion to it. It’s a reminder that even in our darkest moments, we can find strength and comfort in each other.”

Yungblud also expressed his excitement for the release, stating, “I’ve always loved this song and the energy it brings, but I think this new version really showcases the vulnerability and pain behind the lyrics. It’s a different side to the song that I think fans will appreciate.”

In addition to the “Sad Version” of “I Think I’m Okay,” MGK also surprised fans with a deluxe edition of his 2019 album Hotel Diablo. The new release features a demo version of “I Think I’m Okay,” a live performance of “Glass House,” and a brand new track titled “Pistolero.”

The deluxe edition of Hotel Diablo is a special treat for fans who have been eagerly awaiting new music from MGK. The rapper-turned-rocker has been on a roll lately, with his latest album Tickets to My Downfall receiving critical acclaim and earning him a spot on the Billboard 200 chart.

With the release of the “Sad Version” of “I Think I’m Okay” and the deluxe edition of Hotel Diablo, Machine Gun Kelly continues to showcase his versatility as an artist and his ability to connect with fans through his music. We can’t wait to see what he has in store for us next.

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