American musician Travis Landon Barker plays the drums for the rock group Blink-182. Along with performing as a regular hip-hop artist collaborator, he also established the rock bands +44 and Box Car Racer, played in the rap-rock band Transplants, and later joined Antemasque and Goldfinger which in the late 1990s swept the music scene. Because Barker co-wrote several of the band’s songs, he probably receives royalties when they are performed in addition to money from sales and touring.
A few songs into his sold-out Madison Square Garden concert, Machine Gun Kelly welcomed Landon Barker, the son of Travis Barker, to the stage for their smash duet, “Die in California.”
It was included on MGK’s number-one album Mainstream Sellout, which was released in March. Along with MGK and Barker, rappers Gunna and Young Thug contributed a few verses to the depressing tune. Is there anyone here who occasionally feels lost? Before calling Barker to the stage, MGK asked a question of the spectators. This was met with an enthusiastic “yes” from the crowd.
It was made public just hours before the performance that Landon’s father, Travis, had been taken to a Los Angeles hospital for an unspecified medical issue. MGK and Barker remained silent about the circumstance during the event.
MGK also performed “God Save Me,” a Mainstream Sellout song that Travis Barker had tweeted earlier in the day, leading many to speculate that it was a reference to his unspecified health problems. The MGK tour will continue on Friday in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and then it will take a circuitous route across the nation until it ends on August 13 in Cleveland, Ohio.
Photos of the Blink-182 drummer being carried into such an ambulance on a stretcher with his wife Kourtney Kardashian at his side were posted by TMZ on Tuesday night. The website claims that Barker and Kardashian visited West Hills Hospital in Los Angeles to look into the health problem before Barker was sent to Cedars.
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