Known for his determined energy, seamless rhymes and inspiring relatability, Machine Gun Kelly kicked off his Australian tour on Wednesday night with a mesmerising display of his best known hits and classic anthems.
The highly-anticipated showcase was the first of four appearances across the country for the superstar rapper, fresh off the back of his New Zealand tour debut.
MGK proved true his ability to charm, captivate and entrance his audience as fans embraced every minute of his time on stage at Sydney’s Enmore Theatre.
Superstar: Machine Gun Kelly (pictured) showcased his sensational ability to fans in Sydney on Wednesday nightiPhone transfer software
Challenge accepted: During his set fans urged MGK to perform a 'shoey' - a move which includes pouring an entire alcoholic drink into a shoe and skolling it
The 28-year-old, who just wrapped filming on the Motley Crue biopic The Dirt - in which he embraces the persona of Tommy Lee, didn’t shy away from demonstrating his remarkable talent for spitting slick lyrics while working the electric guitar alongside his outstanding band who journeyed from the States alongside the Cleveland native.
'Five motherf****** years since the first time we came to Sydney, this is our second time, I gotta say it man, the energy you gave me already, Sydney Australia this sh** right here, feels like...' he told concert-goers as his track Home began to flow through the speakers.
During his set fans urged MGK to perform a 'shoey' - a move which includes pouring an entire alcoholic drink into a shoe and skolling it.
Driven: It's been no easy journey for the Cleveland-raised rapper who in 2017 cemented his place as an artist with the potential for greatness following his first number one hit
Hit-maker: Kels rocked through classics including Wild Boy, Til I die, Let you Go and Bad Things
Realist: 'I make music for the people who need to escape and if not then cool man,' Machine Gun Kelly told Daily Mail Australia in January
Not one to shy away from a challenge, the musician ditched his footwear towards the end of his appearance and took down a cold one to the chants of ecstatic admirers.
He rocked through classics including Wild Boy, Til I Die, Let You Go and Bad Things - featuring the vocals of former Fifth Harmony member Camila Cabello.
MGK's band transitioned from track to track without error, revealing their own aptitudes for their choosen crafts with focus and passion.
Unstoppable: His aura is set to flourish as wide as the bounds of his strength of mind, quality of work, ability to collaborate and unwillingness to settle
Going places: He's fierce in demeanour, poised with determination and driven without any agenda except to rise to the top of his game
Storyteller: His music tells the stories of an easily led youngster taken down a dark track many wouldn't see the other side of
Motivated: Through it all, whatever potential hindrance life tried to throw at the 28-year-old, it just