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He stated: Half Naked & Almost Famous released on March 20, 2012, and debuted at 46 on the Billboard 200 with 8,500 copies sold in its first week. MGK announced via an orifficial statement that his debut album would be titled Lace Up, and would have an intended release on October 9, 2012."Wild Boy" served as the lead single for the album and the song peaked on the US Billboard Hot 100 at number 98. as well as the official theme song of Wrestle Mania XXVIII.WWE also used the song "All We Have" to again highlight Cena on his rematch with The Rock at next year's event.On December 14, 2011, MGK was named the Hottest Breakthrough MC of 2011 by MTV.During the course of living in the basement, MGK began experimenting with drugs and recorded his first amateur demo tape, "Stamp of Approval".Following his father's departure, MGK stopped attending school and began to make a name for himself by calling out elder classmates.In March 2009, while he was on the verge of getting evicted, MGK traveled to Harlem's Apollo Theater, where he had consecutive victories, making him the first ever rapper to win at the Apollo Theater.
MGK embarked on a musical career as a teenager, releasing a mixtape in 2006. MGK then secured a recording contract with Bad Boy and Interscope Records in 2011.
Given the stage name Machine Gun Kelly by his fans due to his rapid fire delivery, he released the mixtape Stamp of Approval (2006).
The release of the mixtape allowed for his reputation and profile to grow, which allowed MGK to begin performing at local Cleveland venues.
In February 2010, he released his second mixtape 100 Words and Running, where he derived his catchphrase, "Lace Up", which started as a mixtape interlude, before making it a prominent reference in his music.
Despite his rising popularity, MGK found himself working at Chipotle to afford rent, as well as being kicked out by his father after graduating high school. He released his second mixtape in November 2010 titled Lace Up which featured the hometown anthem "Cleveland", which was then played at Cleveland Cavaliers home games and went on rotation on Z107.9 in Cleveland.