Post Malone to release new song ‘Motley Crew’ this week – hear snippet

He continued: “This week we celebrated by shooting a MOVIE!” A snippet of the new song can be heard in the background of the video.

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As HipHopNMore notes, the title of the song is inspired by heavy metal band Mötley Crüe, whose member Tommy Lee later revealed on his Instagram stories that he took part in the music video.

Post Malone released his latest album, ‘Hollywood’s Bleeding’, back in 2019. NME gave the record four stars upon its release, writing that the “accomplished and eclectic record could only come from Post Malone”.

Posty is set to perform at a range of festivals this year including Lollapalooza ChicagoRolling Loud Miami, and Governors Ball as well as Rock in Rio Lisboa in 2022.

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Last month, the musician became the latest star to get a new jewel-encrusted look, after reportedly spending more than £1million on two diamond fangs.

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Eminem and Post Malone collaboration appears to be teased online

Over the weekend, videographer Cole Bennett – who helmed the visuals for Mathers’ ‘Godzilla’ and ‘GNAT’ – provoked fresh rumours of an Em-Posty collaboration on his Instagram Stories feed.

Bennett shared an image of a yellow stick featuring a black barbed wire graphic, an item that is said to be from Malone’s Posty Fest. The same imagery also appears as the artwork to Malone’s 2018 album ‘Beerbongs & Bentleys’, while the rapper has barbed wire tattooed across his forehead.

ANOTHER RUMOR!

Eminem feat. Post Malone!? 👀 pic.twitter.com/mbHFvplmEp

— BOOK OF SHADY 📖 (@BookOfShady) May 24, 2021

That stick is from posty fest

— enriquebc_ (@enriquebc15) May 24, 2021

Captioning the cryptic post, Bennett included the shushing face and surprised face emojis but did not offer any further details. With fans speculating over the prospect of a joint project, the director later deleted the upload.

As Hot New HipHop notes, Eminem collaborator White Gold said earlier this year that he’d be up for getting involved with a possible joint single with Posty. “There’s one I really want [Mathers] and Post Malone to do,” he said. “I have the perfect song for them to be on.”

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Meanwhile, rumours emerged recently of a potential collaboration between Eminem, Dr. Dre and Kendrick Lamar.

Post Malone is set to headline this summer’s Reading & Leeds festivals alongside Liam GallagherStormzy, Catfish & The Bottlemen and Queens of The Stone Age. He’ll also top the bill at Lollapalooza Chicago, which returns in July.

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Foo Fighters, Post Malone and Miley Cyrus among acts announced for Lollapalooza Chicago

Other artists due to perform include Megan Thee Stallion, Journey, Brockhampton, DaBaby, Limp Bizkit, Modest Mouse, Jack Harlow, Jimmy Eat World, Slowthai, Angels & Airwaves, Brittany Howard and many more.

Your 2021 Lineup. 🙌 Tickets On-Sale today at 12pm CT. #Lolla https://t.co/PreRFI1XZX pic.twitter.com/lvW5LWSMC7

— Lollapalooza (@lollapalooza) May 19, 2021

Ahead of the official confirmation, it was reported last week that a near-to or full capacity Lollapalooza Chicago had been approved for this summer.

Festivalgoers who are not fully vaccinated will this year be required to take a COVID test within 24 hours of attending the event each day, according to Consequence Of Sound. Further details on Lollapalooza’s entry policy for 2021 are expected in July.

You can purchase tickets for Lollapalooza Chicago 2021 from here.

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Back in March, Lollapalooza co-founder Perry Farrell hinted at the festival’s return in light of US vaccination rates. “I hold in my hands my license to party!” Farrell said after receiving his vaccination card. “I will see you at Lollapalooza… soon.”

Lollapalooza live-streamed a concert series in lieu of its in-person event last year, including performances from Arcade FireBrockhamptonH.E.R.MetallicaRun The Jewels and more.

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A$AP Rocky, Travis Scott, Post Malone for Rolling Loud Miami’s rescheduled 2021 festival

Also on the lineup is Gucci Mane, T-Pain, Kodak Black, Tyga, Gunna, Swae Lee, Roddy Ricch, Jack Harlow, City Girls, Rod Wave, Don Toliver, Lil Durk, Nav, Polo G, Sheck Wes, Bfb Da Packman, Ski Mask the Slump God, Curren$y, Fetty Wap, Chief Keef, Wale, Lil Tjay, Lil Yachty, Young Dolph and Rico Nasty.

Many of this year’s performers were originally booked to perform during the earlier instalment.

ROLLING LOUD MIAMI 2021

ON SALE FRIDAY, APRIL 23 @ 12PM EThttps://t.co/f7fXFBLWlU pic.twitter.com/rWrVPMpo6t

— Rolling Loud (@RollingLoud) April 19, 2021

The festival said it will honour all passes for those who held onto their Miami 2020 tickets and will grant refunds to ticketholders who are no longer able to attend.

Limited tickets for the festival go on sale April 23 at 12pm ET (5pm BST) here.

The event, which is billed as “the world’s largest hip-hop festival”, has become a key festival fixture in the US since debuting in 2015, with past editions being held in LA, Oakland and New York City.

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Organisers said in a statement:  “We want to extend a massive thank you to all of our ragers who have held onto their tickets.

“We are also working on sweetening the deal for those of you who choose to keep your tickets in addition to the rage pack you already earned from the last reschedule.”

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Post Malone set to headline special Pokémon virtual live show

A trailer for the virtual concert has been released which stars the rapper/singer as he is transformed into a Pokémon-style video game character – you can see it below.

“I’ve been a Pokémon fan for a long time, so the opportunity to headline the Pokémon Day concert celebrating 25 years is awesome,” Malone said in a statement.

The virtual concert will be free to view on February 27 from 7pm EST (midnight on February 28 in the UK) on the official Pokémon YouTube channel, Pokémon’s official Twitch channel and on Pokémon’s 25th anniversary website.

More details about ‘P25 Music’ will be announced by Pokémon at the end of the concert on February 27.

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Last month Katy Perry was announced as an ambassador for Pokémon’s 25th anniversary celebrations.

“Pokémon has been a constant in my life from playing the original video games on my Game Boy, to trading Pokémon TCG cards at lunch, to the adventures of catching Pokémon on the street with Pokémon GO,” Perry explained.

“I’ve even visited the Pokémon Café in Japan while on tour! It is an honour to be chosen to help celebrate a franchise that has given me so much joy in the last 25 years, and to be able to watch it evolve in the ways it’s provided that kind of electric joy for the kids in my life and around the world.”

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Post Malone speaks about the time he was “cursed” by world’s “most haunted object

Two months after filming the show, Malone was involved in an emergency landing after his private jet’s wheels were damaged in-flight and, a month later, a high-speed car crash. He was also the target of a home invasion where armed intruders broke into a house that used to belong to him.

During an appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers, the star discussed that time. “After we opened up this creepy Dybbuk box, I got in a car accident, I almost had a plane wreck, my house got broken into – all that type of stuff,” he said. “Within a month’s time. It was really, really odd stuff.”

The rapper said he had “always had an interest in” the supernatural and confirmed to Meyers that he also thought he had seen a UFO before. “Here in Utah, things are creepy if you look up into the sky,” he explained.

“Sometimes I just go out at like 4am with night vision goggles and just look up at the sky and see if we can see anything.”

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Meanwhile, Malone was joined by some big names for his New Year’s Eve concert at Las Vegas’ MGM Resorts last year. Slash, Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Chad Smith and Jane’s Addiction’s Chris Chaney teamed up with the rapper during the show to cover songs by Black Sabbath and Alice In Chains.

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Watch Jake Bugg give Post Malone’s ‘Circles’ a rock’n’roll makeover

Watch Jake Bugg’s version of ‘Circles’ below.

The Nottingham singer-songwriter released his latest single ‘All I Need’ back in October. The track followed his previous 2020 releases ‘Rabbit Hole’ and ‘Saviours Of The City’.

Bugg’s last album ‘Hearts That Strain’ was released in 2017. In a two-star review, NME said: “The defining feature of ‘Hearts That Strain’ may be its puzzling lack of urgency: Bugg started as an heir apparent to the Gallagher brothers, but on MOR-country ballads like ‘This Time’ or ‘Bigger Lover’ he sounds more like an over-earnest James-Blunt-in-waiting.”

Bugg also recently revealed that he is currently writing music for a film about the Brazilian footballer Ronaldinho. A documentary on the 2002 World Cup winner is in the works by the filmmakers Andrew and Stuart Douglas, who have worked on some of Bugg’s music videos in the past.

“They directed a couple of music videos for me and asked if I’d have a go,” Bugg told The Sun. “That’s what I was doing in the previous lockdown. It’s not something I’m going to get tired of. You always want to be involved in the next track.”

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Post Malone, meanwhile, almost appeared on ‘Shore’, the new album by Fleet Foxes, the band’s frontman Robin Pecknold has revealed.

The rapper’s love for the Seattle indie band is well documented, and Pecknold revealed that he “came by the studio for one day while we were working in LA and listened to stuff and was super supportive,” adding that “he was down [to appear on the album] but we just didn’t end up having time”.

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Post Malone gives Crocs to every student at his former high school

Malone’s fifth collaboration with the company, the Post Malone x Crocs Duet Max Clog II, were the shoes in question. TMZ reports that the school’s teachers and the rest of the faculty members also received the shoes.

Thank you @PostMalone for always giving back to your community! Your fellow @Grapevine_HS Mustangs are so proud of your success! #ThanksPosty #Posty pic.twitter.com/a71tqvEAAO

— Alex Fingers (@AlexFingers7) December 8, 2020

Hey @Msharktwit! Post Malone graduated from my daughters high school & today he gifted a pair of his new limited edition crocs to every student, teacher & staff member!! ❤️❤️ pic.twitter.com/eW29oG0nZl

— Stephanie Pitzer (@stephanietx0313) December 9, 2020

In order to guarantee everyone got the right size shoe, a Google spreadsheet was shared among the staff and students that included everyone’s shoe size.

The Crocs Duet Max Clog II sold out quickly when it hit shelves last week. In an Instagram post, the artist said the shoe will make its way to Europe and Asia “soon”.

In other news, Post Malone has joined Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa, Beyoncé and Justin Bieber in getting a number of nods for the 2021 Grammy awards.

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Malone has seen his work recognised in the Album of the Year category for ‘Hollywood’s Bleeding’ and the Record of the Year category for ‘Circles’.

Meanwhile, Malone recently featured on Ty Dolla $ign’s new song ‘Spicy’.

The track appears on the former’s new album ‘Featuring Ty Dolla $ign’, which was released on October 23.

In a four-star review, NME called the album “a victory lap for Ty Dolla $ign’s quietly influential career to date, the sound of an artist embracing the worldview he has helped to curate.”

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Watch Big Sean and Post Malone team up in new video for ‘Wolves’

You can watch the full video for ‘Wolves’ below:

In September, Sean shared a spacey new video inspired by The Shining for his single ‘Lithuania’ featuring Travis Scott.

Prior to that, the G.O.O.D. Music rapper shared ‘Deep Reverence’, the first single from ‘Detroit 2’. The track, which includes a posthumous verse from Nipsey Hussle, hears Sean address his rumoured conflict with Kendrick Lamar.

Sean also shared a teaser video for ‘Don Life’. The track features Lil Wayne and samples Michael Jackson’s iconic ‘Human Nature’, which Nas also sampled on 1994’s ‘It Ain’t Hard To Tell’.

Last week, Fleet Foxes frontman Robin Pecknold revealed that Post Malone almost appeared on the band’s new album, ‘Shore’.

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“He came by the studio for one day while we were working in LA and listened to stuff and was super supportive,” Pecknold said of Posty. “We didn’t get together in time because I wanted to get the album out quickly, but I did ask him to be on it. He was down but we just didn’t end up having time.”

Meanwhile, Big Sean has revealed that he’s held onto “a couple of skulls” that Slash left at the house he bought off him.

The Detroit rapper told NME in a new interview that he’s redecorated and renovated much of the Guns N’ Roses‘ guitarist’s former Beverley Hills home, but has retained some of Slash’s abandoned items to remind him that the property once belonged to a rock star.

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Ty Dolla $ign teases potential collaborative album with Post Malone

The two musicians have collaborated before, most notably on Post Malone’s US number one single ‘Psycho’ in 2018, and Ty’s track ‘Spicy’ last month.

Post Malone and Ty Dolla $ign in 2017 CREDIT: Theo Wargo/Getty Images for Pandora

Meanwhile, Ty was recently joined by Skrillex and singer Ant Clemons for an NPR Tiny Desk Session from home.

They performed a medley of six songs including new tracks ‘Tempations’ and ‘Ego Death’ as well as old hits  ‘Something New’ and ‘Or Nah’, for the fifteen minute performance.

The performance followed the release of Ty’s third solo album ‘Featuring Ty Dolla $ign’, which NME declared “a victory lap for a hugely influential artist” in a four-star review.

Elsewhere, Ty recently said he was “honoured” to have been hailed as “the new Nate Dogg” by Snoop Dogg.

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“I just talked to my other homie that told me that he talked to Snoop on his birthday, and Snoop said that. Snoop said I’m the reincarnation of Nate Dogg,” he explained in an interview with LA radio station Power 106.

“When I heard that, I was like alright, Snoop saying it? That means everything, man. Like I said, it’s an honour.”

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The Paddingtons’ Tom Atkin goes solo: “Some of my bandmates don’t get why I’m into Post Malone, but I can’t help it!”

Hello Tom. It’s 10 years since you last put out any music – why release your solo project now?

Tom: “I think lockdown definitely did play a part. It just made me realise that I should probably be concentrating on the things that are important to me. For the past 10 years I’ve had a weird relationship with music. I didn’t fall out of love with it, life just took a bit of a different turn. There was never really an end to the Paddingtons, and I like to think there’ll never be an end, but there was definitely a different path I was going down – I had a daughter, who’s nine now, and my kid was my priority and music took a backseat. I was a stay at home dad though, so I was always dabbling with stuff…”

Why did you want the world to hear these new songs?

“They’re the most personal songs that I’ve ever written, to be honest. ‘Lil Fucker’ is about me taking things for granted and losing myself a little bit and not really knowing who I am. I lost touch with myself.”

Did you use that track as a kind of therapy?

“I definitely did. I wrote 10 songs in the same period, but these ones just stood out and made a nice little EP. There’s a story throughout the whole thing. I wasn’t getting on with myself and the relationship with my daughter’s mum was all over the place. It sounds really emo. We never hated each other but it was a weird time and we were breaking up – some of it’s based around that. Now we have a really good relationship, which is amazing.”

Is it scary putting out something that personal and letting everyone know your inner thoughts?

“Kind of, yeah! Not even because it’s so personal, but also because I’ve held it off for so long as well. I’ve missed it so much, especially playing shows, being on tour with my best mates and being in the studio with someone that you’re comfortable with.”

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When did you start writing the songs on the EP?

“This specific bunch I started four years ago actually. I met Luis Felber, who produced it, and it felt like we were on the same page. I hadn’t had that band and team mentality since writing with The Paddingtons. Having somebody that you bounce off and be creative with played such a bit part. We started chatting about releasing it during lockdown. That’s when we finished it all off and gave it the final touches over email and the phone.”

‘Lil Fucker’ has a Post Malone style sound. What else was feeding into the ideas for it?

“In my 20s I was into Pixies and Smashing Pumpkins as well as The Cribs, who were our touring friends as well as being an influence musically, but now there’s definitely a trap and rap influence. The DIY movement online, and people like Lil Peep, were an amazing discovery for me. I used to be part of such a DIY movement and community and it felt like they were doing the same thing. Some of my old bandmates don’t get why I’m into Post Malone, but I can’t help it!”

Does the rest of the EP sound similar?

“Each song is actually quite different. The next single is the closest to The Paddingtons. It’s punky and more upbeat. It’s called ‘Honey My Brain Fell Out’, but I might rename it! I want to release a track every month or every six weeks.”

And will there be an album?

“Definitely. Me and Luis have started working on what’s gonna be an album [for] next year. We’ve got a bunch of songs already for that which I’m really excited about. I wouldn’t be against playing some socially distanced shows too – probably in the New Year though, because I don’t have a band yet. I have people in mind and I’ve chatted to a few people though…”.

The Paddingtons reformed for a handful of shows back in 2017 – how did they come about?

“I live around the corner from Carl Barat and we bump into each other quite a bit. He said The Libertines were doing a bunch of shows and asked us if we wanted to play with them in Hull. We thought it’d be loads of fun to play together again, and off the back of that we ended up doing a little tour of our own.”

Do you think you’d ever make new music with The Paddingtons?

“I wouldn’t be against it, I’d be up for that, but honestly I don’t know if that would ever happen. I started doing a podcast called 22 Grand Pod during lockdown and we did a Paddingtons one the other night. We’re all still really cool with each other, even after all the shit that we went through. We lost touch for a little bit, but we’re all really tight again now.”

What other episodes of the podcast are worth a listen?

“The one with Alan McGee is quite good. He always has some great stories. And the one with Kyle [Falconer] from The View is good too, he’s a nutter. The Cribs ones are probably my favourite though because I’m such a big fan. It just feels like me catching up with my mates. It’s a good chance for me to reminisce, it’s very nostalgic.”

The Paddingtons made it onto VICE’s Indie Landfill list. What did you make of it?

“I actually found it quite funny to read, even though it was kind of slagging me off a little bit. I guess there was love in there but it sounded like someone was really bored, like ‘We haven’t got anything else to write about at the minute, so let’s just have a go at them lot!’ I guess it’s easy to criticise something like that from the past but it’s not really relevant at the minute. I thought it was really harsh on some people, but Mark Beaumont’s response to it hit the nail on the head. Hats off to Mark.”

‘Lil Fucker’ by Tom Atkin is out now

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Big Sean shares haunting lyric video for new track ‘Wolves’ with Post Malone

Watch the haunting lyric video for ‘Wolves’ below:

Last month, Sean shared a spacey new video inspired by The Shining for his single ‘Lithuania’ featuring Travis Scott.

In August, the G.O.O.D. Music rapper shared ‘Deep Reverence’, the first single from ‘Detroit 2’. The track, which includes a posthumous verse from Nipsey Hussle, hears Sean address his rumoured conflict with Kendrick Lamar.

Sean also shared a teaser video for ‘Don Life’. The track features Lil Wayne and samples Michael Jackson’s iconic ‘Human Nature’, which Nas also sampled on 1994’s ‘It Ain’t Hard To Tell’.

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Meanwhile, Big Sean has revealed that he’s held onto “a couple of skulls” that Slash left at the house he bought off him.

The Detroit rapper told NME in a new interview that he’s redecorated and renovated much of the Guns N’ Roses‘ guitarist’s former Beverley Hills home, but has retained some of Slash’s abandoned items to remind him that the property once belonged to a rock star.

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Headliners and first acts announced for Reading & Leeds 2021

Liam Gallagher and Queens Of The Stone Age, meanwhile, will top the bill on Sunday night in Reading (29) and Friday night in Leeds (27).

Over the course of the weekend, they will be joined by the likes of Lewis Capaldi, Two Door Cinema Club, AJ Tracey, DaBaby, Doja Cat and more. The full first wave of acts for Reading & Leeds 2021 is as follows:

Stormzy
Catfish And The Bottlemen
Post Malone
Disclosure
Liam Gallagher
Queens Of The Stone Age
Lewis Capaldi
Two Door Cinema Club
AJ Tracey
DaBaby
Doja Cat
Mabel
MK
100 Gets
Ashnikko
Beabadoobee
Fever 333
Lyra
Madison Beer
Sofi Tukker

Reading & Leeds 2021 line-up poster CREDIT: Press

Tickets for Reading & Leeds 2021 will go on sale at 9am on Thursday (September 3) and will be available to purchase here.

In a press release, Managing Director of Festival Republic Melvin Benn said: “After an absence of a year we are delighted to announce the 2021 return to Reading’s Richfield Avenue and Leeds’ Bramham Park in 2021 with our most epic plan yet. Two main stages, six headliners, the best line up of acts 2021 will see and 200,000 fans are going to celebrate the best music in the best music festivals in Britain.”

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Speaking to NME last week (August 28), Benn said all attendees would be tested for coronavirus at the events. “We don’t need a vaccination because we can work through the problem with a really good testing regime,” he said. “We’ll be able to do this by next year.”

He continued: “We’ll get there with testing and tracing. It will become the new norm. One of the government advisors, Professor John Bell, was talking really positively about the norm becoming everyone testing themselves twice a week in the near future – as in, within the next few months. We’ll learn to do that until we suppress the disease until it dies like SARS did.”

Although Benn wouldn’t confirm specific acts during the interview, he teased that it would be the “most all-encompassing and inclusive Reading & Leeds line-up ever”. “The double main stage allows us to offer that,” he said. “There’s no shortage of great music and our bill is in great shape.”

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Watch Rick Astley’s new acoustic cover of Post Malone’s ‘Better Now’

“This time it’s Better Now by Post Malone, great tune hope you like it.”

Back in March, Astley announced a free concert for all NHS frontline, Primary Care and emergency services staff, which – coronavirus restrictions permitting – will take place at Manchester Arena on October 28, 2020.

“Our NHS and emergency services are amazing,” Astley said. “This concert is a thank you to all those fantastic frontline staff. I promise my band and I will give it everything to give you a great night out.”

Late last year Astley expressed his hopes of teaming up with Foo Fighters for a potential collaborative single, ahead of him covering ‘Everlong’ during quarantine.

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“I would be well up for releasing it, maybe for charity one day,” he said. The singer has appeared on stage with Dave Grohl and co many times, first back in 2018 when he was invited to join the band onstage at Japan’s Summer Sonic festival, before more surprise guest appearances at last year’s Reading Festival and a surprise performance alongside Grohl at the relaunched Club NME.

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Post Malone says he’s seen multiple UFOs: “You can’t explain it”

The ‘Circles’ rapper also said he’d spotted strange aerial phenomena in Utah and California more recently, telling Rogan “I can’t tell you how many times.”

“I used to live in Tarzana,” he said. “There was a balcony and it looked kind of like, it sounds corny, but like a classic forcefield. It’s kind of like a dome in a circular shape,” he said, describing the sight stretching in shape before his eyes.

“And I’m like, ‘How did no one else see this?’ But I was there with like fuckin’ four other people, and they saw it too.”

Last week (July 22), Posty said that he hopes his new album will help “uplift people’s spirits” during the coronavirus pandemic.

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The singer/rapper is currently working on the follow-up to 2019’s ‘Hollywood’s Bleeding’ at his home in Park City, Utah.

Speaking to WSJ Magazine, Malone said that he was enjoying being home, “just vib[ing]-out and [seeing] where my brain takes me — this has been a perfect time to make music, and to write songs about what’s going on currently.”

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Listen to Of Monsters And Men’s haunting cover of Post Malone’s ‘Circles’

Listen to Of Monsters And Men’s cover below:

‘Circles’ features on Post Malone’s third studio album, ‘Hollywood’s Bleeding’. In a four-star review, NME’s Danny Wright said of the album: “At times he sounds like Julian Casablancas. At others he sounds like ’70s FM radio. This accomplished and eclectic record, though, could only come from Post Malone.”

Meanwhile, Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee plays drums on a new version of the recent Tyla Yaweh and Post Malone collaboration bearing his name.

‘Tommy Lee’ was released back on June 12. The title references the drummer and boasts the lyric: “Pull up with a drum like I’m Tommy Lee.”

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Last month, Lee spoke about the track in an interview with SiriusXM: “I’m playing drums on this Post Malone song that’s coming up – and if you can believe it, the song is called ‘Tommy Lee’.

“It’s killer. It’s basically about living that rock star life that people in hip-hop always seem to talk about.” The new version has now landed, and features Lee’s drums alongside guitarist from Rob Zombie guitarist John 5

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Post Malone and Tyler Yaweh announce new joint single ‘Tommy Lee’

“I’m living life like a rock star/Pulling me stretch limousines,” Yaweh sings at one point in the short clip. Watch it below now.

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Speaking to NME about the song, Yaweh described it as being about “living life and spreading positive energy”. Explaining why he and Malone named the track after the Mötley Crüe drummer, he added: “Tommy Lee just doesn’t give a fuck and I love that.” Come back to NME for the full interview with Yaweh on Friday (June 12).

The rapper and singer, who has toured with Malone and is signed to his label, previously spoke to NME about his working relationship with the star at Reading Festival 2019. “Just watching is enough for me,” he said when asked if Malone had offered him any advice. “I watch and I learn. He’s just always there for me and [is] hands on with all this stuff.”

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In April, Malone gave his fans an update on his next album. “We’ve just been kinda fucking sitting around the house and working on this new album I got coming for y’all, I’m really fucking excited for it,” he told fans during his Nirvana covers live-stream.

“Trying to put it out as soon as I fucking can, I’m really proud of the music that we’re making, and I’m having a lot of fucking fun.”

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Megadeth’s David Ellefson shares metal cover of Post Malone’s ‘Over Now’

“But times have changed now, that if you can take a song from another genre, and seamlessly transform it to a completely different genre, it just proves what a great song it really is.”

Listen to Ellefson’s cover of ‘Over Now’ below:

Last month, Post Malone hosted a Nirvana tribute livestream on YouTube.

Taking place in aid of The United Nations Foundation’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for The World Health Organization (WHO), the set saw Post joined by Travis Barker on drums, Brian Lee on bass and Nick Mac on guitar.

Among the covers were versions of ‘Lounge Act’, ‘On A Plain’ and ‘Heart-Shaped Box’. Post also paid tribute to Kurt Cobain, wearing a flowery dress throughout the set.

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Meanwhile, a collaboration between Post Malone and Lil Uzi Vert could be on the way, according to Posty’s manager.

Dre London uploaded an old clip of Posty and Lil Uzi Vert hanging out backstage at a concert in 2015 to Instagram. In the caption, he teased a potential collaboration between the two on the new album.

“I remember these two hustling from ground zero in 2015 To see the levels they’ve brought it to is amazing!!” he wrote. “I know we got a lot of surprises on this next project, Maybe a Posty Vert idk I just wanted to post this clip from memory lane!!”

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Post Malone’s manager teases Lil Uzi Vert collaboration on upcoming album

Malone later confirmed the news during a live-stream tribute to Nirvana.

“We’ve just been kinda fucking sitting around the house and working on this new album I got coming for y’all, I’m really fucking excited for it,” he told fans.

He added: “Trying to put it out as soon as I fucking can, I’m really proud of the music that we’re making, and I’m having a lot of fucking fun.”

Now in another Instagram post, Dre has uploaded an old clip of Posty and Lil Uzi Vert hanging out backstage at a concert in 2015. In the caption, he teased a potential collaboration between the two on the new album.

“I remember these two hustling from ground zero in 2015 To see the levels they’ve brought it to is amazing!!” he wrote. “I know we got a lot of surprises on this next project, Maybe a Posty Vert idk I just wanted to post this clip from memory lane!!”

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I remember these two hustling from ground zero in 2015 To see the levels they’ve brought it to is amazing!! I know we got a lot of surprises on this next project, Maybe a Posty Vert idk 🤷🏾‍♂️ I just wanted to post this clip from memory lane!! #DreVision 👁🤫

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Last month, Post Malone and songwriter Tyler Armes have filed their own respective lawsuits over the rapper’s 2019 hit ‘Circles’.

On April 7, the rapper asked a New York Federal Judge to rule that Armes has no claim to the ‘Hollywood’s Bleeding’ track’s copyright and did not participate in writing it.

“It is an age-old story in the music business that when a song earns the type of runaway success that ‘Circles’ has garnered, and individuals will come out of the woodwork falsely claim to take credit for the song, and demand unwarranted and unearned windfall profits from the song,” reads Malone’s complaint.

Meanwhile, the 24th annual Webby Awards – dubbed ‘Webbys From Home’ for 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic – have announced this year’s award categories, with Billie Eilish, Post Malone, and Bon Iver among the nominees.

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Billie Eilish, Post Malone and more nominated for 2020 ‘Webbys From Home’

“They’ve accelerated their ingenuity, using their platforms to respond to this crisis by innovating, connecting, informing, and helping people all over the world.”

🚨We're dubbing this year's awards #Webbys From Home. Our Nominees are out & People’s Voice is open! 🎉 We're also working with @votedotorg so you can check your voter registration.

Cast your vote today. Register for tomorrow → https://t.co/Ga4VX9QvG6 pic.twitter.com/WDhlI3Wxxf

— The Webby Awards (@TheWebbyAwards) April 28, 2020

While The Webby Award will be selected by the Academy, fans can vote for The Webby People’s Voice Award online themselves. Winners will be announced on May 19.

The awards are also working alongside Vote.org to host a digital registration rally in the US, allowing members of the Webby community to confirm their voter registration status. Watch a video of the nominees and see the full list below.

Best Web Personality/Host (Video)
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah – Desi Lydic Womansplains: Comedy Central – Viacom
Joe La Puma – Complex’s “Sneaker Shopping”: Complex Networks
Amazon Studios – Little Late Night: The Foundry @ Meredith
Dave on TikTok: The Washington Post
Does it Fart?: Yellow Bear Studios

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Best Writing (Video)
The Lift: & Co. / NoA
#MoviePosterMovie “In The Time It Takes To Get There”: Black Dog Films
The Truth is Worth It: Droga5
AFTERSHOT: An App to Help Cowardly Politicians Talk About Gun Control: Kelly&Kelly
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) – Naughty Or: Wieden+Kennedy

Art & Experimental  (Video)
Epoch: Artist
A$AP Rocky “The Kids Turned Out Fine”: Happy Place
Serious Klein – The Seed (Short Film): ICONOCLAST Germany GmbH
Brothers: MEMORY
Post Malone | Circles: Powster

Comedy Shortform (Video)
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah – Trump’s Best Words 2019: Comedy Central – Viacom
Billy On The Street with Chris Evans: Funny Or Die
Making It: Nick Offerman & Amy Poehler Pun-Off: NBC Entertainment Marketing & Digital
Icelandagram: The Mystery Hour
Full Frontal with Samantha Bee’s “Historians Roast the President”: Warner Media

Fashion & Beauty (Video)
Meet Silvia Fendi, the woman who’s stepped into Karl Lagerfeld’s shoes: CNN Worldwide
Juno Birch Breaks Down Her Alien Queen Beauty Routine | Extreme Beauty | Vogue: Condé Nast Entertainment
Vogue – Simon: A Survivor’s Story: Good Company
How Japanese Denim Is Made: MR PORTER
Shady, Mica: Refinery29

Music Video (Video)
DAE – “Where We’re Going (Official Video): DAE
Cellophane: Object & Animal/FKA twigs
Bon Iver – Naeem: Park Pictures
Earth: RYOT/Lil Dicky
Agoria – Call of the Wild: Soldats Films

Variety (Video)
The Late Show With Stephen Colbert: Stephen Has a Story: CBS Interactive
Behind the Scenes of Aladdin Crosswalk the Musical w/ Will Smith: CBS Interactive
Leonardo DiCaprio & Quentin Tarantino Break Down Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’s Main Character: Condé Nast Entertainment
Best Interview Ever – Gaten Matarazzo: IMDb
If I Could Tell You Just One Thing: Sundog Pictures Ltd.

Viral (Video)
Best Ever Food Review Show
Billie Eilish Watches Fan Covers on YouTube | Glamour: Condé Nast Entertainment
Sleeping Beauty Proposal: Friends At Work
Motherly: I was going to fold the clothes but instead I held you: Motherly
La Noria (Short Film): NightWheel Pictures

Branded Entertainment, Comedy (Video)
CollegeHumor/Universal Pictures: “Sneaking Into Your Own R-Rated Movie”: CH Media
Now That’s A Cardiac: Kovert Creative
Adidas Originals “Donald Glover Presents”: Mamag Studios
Make It with Idris Elba : Squarespace
Lyft – Giving Strangers A Lyft in Miami ft. Will Smith: Tool

Best Overall Social Presence – Media/Entertainment (Social)
HBO: ENGINE
National Geographic Social Media: National Geographic
The New Yorker on Social Media: The New Yorker
Vogue: Vogue
Miracle Workers Social Campaign: Warner Media

Best Social Video Series (Social)
Under a Minute: ALL ARTS
60 Second Docs: Indigenous Media
Golden Globes Elevator Series: InStyle
NFL Draft Letters: NFL
Apple – @apple – Experiments: TBWAMedia Arts Lab

Best Influencer (Social)
#Transform Ur Dorm: 360i
#twoistoofew: Lyft
Women Worth Watching: mcgarrybowen
NASA Names ‘Rolling Stones Rock’ on Mars: NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Nike – PLAYlist: R/GA

Arts & Entertainment (Social Video)
Oscars First Call: Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
BMI’s Emoji That Track: Broadcast Music Inc.
A Holiday Reunion: Goodby Silverstein & Partners
Best Advice: Hoff Productions Inc
#NiceTweets with Tom Hanks

Celebrity/Fan (Social)
Comments By Celebs: Comments By Celebs
The Ellen DeGeneres Show: Ellen Digital Network
Jennifer Garner Instagram Account (specifically the Pretend Cooking Show
series): Jennifer Garner
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
Variety’s Power of Young Hollywood: Variety

Experimental & Innovation (Social)
Let’s Get Consensual – Consent Drop: Heat
Lucky Bastards: Lucky Generals
Baby Blocker: McCann Manchester
Vogue Non issue – AR experience: Mccann Paris
Celine Dion: Album Scavenger Hunt across Instagram and Spotify: WMA / Weller Media Agency

Fashion & Beauty Social Content Series & Campaigns (Social)
Red, White, and You Do You: Billie
e.l.f. Cosmetics #eyeslipsface TikTok Campaign: e.l.f. Beauty
Adidas Originals Archive video series: Havas New York
eos “Make It Awesome”: Mekanism
Beauty Mark: Digitas

Best Host (Podcasts)
Under the Skin with Russell Brand: Luminary Media
The Catch And Kill Podcast with Ronan Farrow: Pineapple Street Studios
Mobituaries: Simon & Schuster
ZigZag Stable: Genius Productions
Second Life: Who What Wear

Best Mini-Series (Podcast)
The Dropout: ABC News
The Shrink Next Door
Dolly Parton’s America: OSM Audio
The Catch And Kill Podcast with Ronan Farrow: Pineapple Street Studios
Mob Queens: Stitcher

Best Writing (Podcasts)
Fool Me Twice: Auscast Network
Bear And A Banjo: Jingle Punks
The Dream: Little Everywhere
Fiasco: Luminary Media
The Only Podcast Left – Daybreak: Netflix

Television and Film (Podcasts)
Here To Make Friends: HuffPost
MASTERPIECE Studio: MASTERPIECE
Behind The Scenes Netflix: Netflix
Office Ladies: Stitcher
Vanity Fair’s Little Gold Men: Vanity Fair

Entertainment (Apps, Mobile & Voice)
The Star Wars App: Lucasfilm
Marvel Unlimited: Marvel Entertainment
NFL Mobile App: National Football League
Reelgood: Reelgood
Apollo’s Moon Shot AR: Smithsonian Channel

Health, Fitness, & Lifestyle: Voice (Apps, Mobile & Voice)
Red Cross Blood Donation Voice Skill: American Red Cross
Corti: Audio to augment medical professionals: Corti
Bedtime Explorers: Kinderling Kids Radio
Silent Whistle: Leo Burnett
Ten Percent Happier: Ten Percent Happier

News & Magazines (Apps, Mobile & Voice)
Consumer Reports: Consumer Reports
The Guardian app for iOS and Android: Guardian News & Media
National Geographic: National Geographic
The New Yorker Today App: The New Yorker
The Washington Post app for smart TVs: Apps & mobile sites general (News & magazines): The Washington Post

Public Service & Activism (Apps, Mobile & Voice)
Pre-Check: Colenso BBDO
Call Me Out: Commonwealth-Mccann
Global Citizen Mobile App: Global Citizen
Malaria Must Die Voice Petition: R/GA
.comdom: Wunderman Thompson Belgium

Best Influencer Endorsement (Advertising, Media, & PR)
Giving Songs: De La Cruz & Associates
It’s bubly!: Goodby Silverstein & Partners
Bring on Winter: Host/Havas
Wrangler On My Booty: Mother New York
OREO x Wiz Khalifa: The Martin Agency

Best Branded Editorial Experience (Advertising, Media & PR)
Miss VOGUE: Condé Nast Creative Studio Spain
GOOGLE YEAR IN SEARCH 2019: Google Brand Studio
Watchmen x The Atlantic: The Massacre of Black Wall Street: HBO
PUMA: Run My Way: MediaMonks
Allbirds | The View From Above: T Brand

Best Cause-Related Campaign (Advertising, Media & PR)
Walk Like a Woman: Cummins&Partners
Heart the Hate: Facebook
Project Understood: FCB
Covering Climate Now: TBWAChiatDay
UNICEF Backpack Graveyard: UNICEF

Best User Interface (Websites)
BASIC® Culture Manual: BASIC®
Welcome to Bron Bron Land: ESPN
HAUS website: HAUS
Astro ID: Logitech
Safe Cities 2019: THE ECONOMIST GROUP

 

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Live Nation change their refund plan to include postponed shows awaiting new dates

“Fans, we hear you,” Live Nation’s chief executive Michael Rapino tweeted to announce the new policy.

“We don’t want you to be waiting in limbo while shows are being rescheduled. Thanks to your feedback, @LiveNation has revised our refund policy. If new dates aren’t set in 60 days, you’ll be able to get a refund at that time.”

Fans, we hear you. We don’t want you to be waiting in limbo while shows are being rescheduled. Thanks to your feedback, @LiveNation has revised our refund policy. If new dates aren't set in 60 days, you'll be able to get a refund at that time https://t.co/eAXesPOKLw

— Michael Rapino (@Michael_Rapino) April 25, 2020

It comes after Ticketmaster — which is owned by Live Nation — announced their full refund plan for over 18,000 events last week, after coming under fire for their initial policy.

Live Nation was one of the first major promoters to bring all its tours off the road as the coronavirus escalated. In early March, the promoter cancelled ongoing runs, including Billie Eilish‘s ‘Where Do We Go?’ tour in the United States and runs frm Post MaloneTool and more also affected.

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Post Malone and songwriter file clashing lawsuits over ‘Circles’

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Post Malone Celebrates Billboard No. 1 By Smashing Guitar


Post Malone and 21 Savage new single “Rockstar” is now No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

The song is so big that it’s expected to return to the top of the chart next week and possibly the week after next. “Rockstar” ended Cardi B‘s reign on top of the Billboard Hot 100 with her mega hit single “Bodak Yellow (Money Moves).” Post Malone celebrated the success of the single by smashing his guitar on stage while performing said track on tour. This is the first number one song for Post and 21 Savage and both of them are basking in the glory.

It’s true, hip hop is now the number one genre of music in the world and in case you have any doubt, just look at the top five songs on the chart. The top three songs are rap singles, “Rockstar,” “Bodak Yellow,” and Logic’s “1-800-273-8255.” This also marks the fifth rap single this year to top the Hot 100 chart, an achievement that is usually dominated by pop songs. So far this year we’ve seen Migos topping the chart with “Bad and Boujee” topping the chart at the start of the year and Kendrick Lamar’s “HUMBLE” also gracing the top spot. DJ Khaled also climb to the top with his single “I’m The One.” Now Cardi B and Post Malone are battling for the top of the chart.

Post Malone was performing for his fans in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida on Wednesday night when he got in the rockstar mode and smash his guitar. He then tried to ordered a hundred more guitars to smash but seems they would only sell him 10. “Help @Postmates I wanna order 100 guitars to smash on tour but it’s only letting me order 10!” he wrote on Twitter. Posty once said that he likes to break stuff and this song is the perfect opportunity for him to break some guitars.

help @Postmates I wanna order 100 guitars to smash on tour but it's only letting me order 10!

— Beerbongs & Bentleys (@PostMalone) October 17, 2017

#rockstar ?? @postmalone #forthlauderdale #postmalone #elitemusicent

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Post Malone – I Fall Apart lyrics

Below are the complete “I Fall Apart” lyrics by Post Malone displayed. These lyrics were added 20 minutes ago.

I Fall Apart lyrics

Oooh, I fall apart
Oooh, yeah, mmhmm

[Verse 1]
She told me that I’m not enough, yeah
And she left me with a broken heart, yeah
She fooled me twice and it’s all my fault, yeah
She cut too deep, now she left me scarred, yeah
Now there’s too many thoughts goin’ through my brain, yeah
And now I’m takin’ these shots like it’s Novocaine, yeah

[Chorus]
Oooh, I fall apart
Down to my core
Oooh, I fall apart
Down to my core
Oooh, didn’t know it before
Surprised when you caught me off guard
All this damn jewelry I bought
You was my shorty, I thought

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[Verse 2]
Never caught a feelin’ this hard
Harder than the liquor I pour
Tell me you don’t want me no more
But I can’t let go
Everybody told me so
Feelin’ like I sold my soul
Devil in the form of a whore
Devil in the form of a whore
You said it
No, you said it
No, you said it
We’d be together

[Chorus]
Oooh, I fall apart
Down to my core
Oooh, I fall apart
Down to my core
Oooh, didn’t know it before
Surprised when you caught me off guard
All this damn jewelry I bought
You was my shorty, I thought

[Bridge]
Ice keep pourin’ and the drink keep flowin’
Try to brush it off but it keep on goin’
Covered in scars and I can’t help showin’
Whippin’ in the foreign and the tears keep blowin’
Ice keep droppin’ and the drink keep flowin’
Try to brush it off but it keep on goin’
All these scars, can’t help from showin’
Whippin’ in the foreign and the tears keep blowin’, yeah

[Chorus]
Oooh, I fall apart
Down to my core
Oooh, I fall apart
Down to my core
Oooh, didn’t know it before
Surprised when you caught me off guard
All this damn jewelry I bought
You was my shorty, I thought

‘Rockstar’ Post Malone Stage Dive And No One Caught Him

Fans didn’t treat Post Malone like the rockstar that he is when he stage dived at his concert over the weekend because no one caught him.

Fortunately for the “Rockstar” rapper he didn’t break any bones and continued rapping while on the floor. In the video clip below, you can see Post Malone on stage turning up in St. Louis. He then ran and stage dived into the crowd but everyone moved, absolutely no one didn’t even attempted to catch him. It was one of that moment where all you can do is say ouch and then laugh after you realize that he is okay.

Malone tweeted about it on Sunday while making fun of himself saying that he wish he had Lil Uzi Vert’s body. “Felt like jack black in school of rock tonight when i staged dived and nobody caught my fat as. wish i had lil uzi body,” he wrote. Someone who was close to the front row captured the whole thing on camera. Post Malone is currently having the time of his life with his new single “Rockstar” featuring 21 Savage climbed to number two on Billboard Hot 100 chart this week. He also broke the single week Apple Music streaming record.

Perhaps this fan who was video the whole thing just got himself one of those new iPhone X with glass casing and did not want to test how drop proof it is.

felt like jack black in school of rock tonight when i staged dived and nobody caught my fat ass. wish i had lil uzi body

— Beerbongs & Bentleys (@PostMalone) September 25, 2017

Look like they never caught #postmalone ?

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Post Malone, Quavo & Metro Boomin – Congratulations (On Late Night With Seth Meyers) (Live)

[Intro]
Mm-mmm
Yeah, yeah
Mm-mmm
Yeah

[Hook: Post Malone]
My momma called, seen you on TV, son
Said shit done changed ever since we was on
I dreamed it all ever since I was young
They said I wouldn’t be nothing
Now they always say congratulations
Worked so hard, forgot how to vacation
They ain’t never had the dedication
People hatin’, say we changed and look, we made it
Yeah, we made it

[Verse 1: Post Malone]
They was never friendly, yeah
Now I’m jumping out the Bentley, yeah
And I know I sound dramatic, yeah
But I know I had to have it, yeah
For the money, I’m a savage, yeah
I be itching like a addict, yeah
I’m surrounded, twenty bad bitches, yeah
But they didn’t know me last year, yeah
Everyone wanna act like they important
(Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
But all that mean nothing when I saw my dough, yeah
(Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
Everyone countin’ on me, drop the ball, yeah
(Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
Everything custom like I’m at the border, yeah, yeah
If you fuck with winning, put your lighters to the sky
How could I make sense when I got millions on my mind?
Coming with that bullshit, I just put it to the side
Balling since a baby, they could see it in my eyes

[Hook: Post Malone]
My momma called, seen you on TV, son
Said shit done changed ever since we was on
I dreamed it all ever since I was young
They said I wouldn’t be nothing
Now they always say congratulations
Worked so hard, forgot how to vacation
They ain’t never had the dedication
People hatin’, say we changed and look we made it
Yeah, we made it

[Verse 2: Quavo]
I was patient, yeah, oh
I was patient, aye, oh
Now I can scream that we made it
Now everyone, everywhere I go, they say ‘gratulations
Young nigga, young nigga, graduation
I pick up the rock and I ball, baby
I’m looking for someone to call, baby
But right now, I got a situation
Never old Ben-Ben Franklins
Big rings, champagne
My life is like a ball game
But instead, I’m in the trap though
Pot so big, call it Super Bowl
Super Bowl, call the hoes, get in the Rolls
Top-floor lifestyle, Huncho and Post
Malone, I gotta play on my phone, aye
You know what I’m on, aye
Huncho Houdini is gone, aye

[Hook: Post Malone]
My momma called, seen you on TV, son
Said shit done changed ever since we was on
I dreamed it all ever since I was young
They said I wouldn’t be nothing
Now they always say congratulations
Worked so hard, forgot how to vacation
They ain’t never had the dedication
People hatin’, say we changed and look we made it
Yeah, we made it

[Outro]
(Hey, hey
Hey, hey
Hey, hey
Hey, hey)

Post Malone – White Iverson (Remix) (feat. French Montana & Rae Sremmurd)

[Intro: French Montana + Post Malone]
You know what it is when you hear that, haaaaan?
Double OT
Post Malone
I’m a new breed
Montana! Montana, haaan

[Verse 1: French Montana]
I’m surfin’, surfin’, I’m surfin’ on you
Wavy, I’m wavy, I’m wavy on you
Started from the block, yeah I was broke, I
Didn’t give me no choice but slingin’ that coca
Dealt with the hand I was dealt like poker
Came back with the 4, 5 like Michael Jordan, like Jordan
Started rappin’, they was laughin’
Bought a spaceship, bought a mansion, with J-Lo in the Hamptons
Now I’m dancin’, I bought me a crib with a lake
Purple drank like grape, bitch jump off like Blake
Diamonds lookin’ like steak
They ain’t gettin’ real money, since I was so young
Montana!

[Hook: Post Malone]
Saucin’, saucin’, I’m saucin’ on you
I’m swaggin’, I’m swaggin’, I’m swaggin’ oh ooh
I’m ballin’, I’m ballin’, Iverson on you
Watch out, watch out, watch out, yeah
That’s my shot, that’s my shot, that’s my shot, yeah
Spendin’, I’m spendin’ all my fuckin’ pay

[Verse 2: Post Malone]
Cigarettes and a headband
Commas, commas in my head, man
Slumped over like a dead man
Red and black, ’bout my bread, man
I’m the answer, never question
Lace up, learn a lesson
Bitch I’m saucin’, I do this often, don’t do no talkin’
My options right when I walk in, jump all them Jordans
I’m ballin’, money jumpin’
Like I’m Davis from New Orleans
Or bitch I’m Harden, I don’t miss nothin’
Fuck practice, this shit just happens, know y’all can’t stand it
I have it, I’ll never pass it, I work my magic
High average, ball on these bastards, it makes me happy
It’s tragic, I make it happen, and all y’all Shaqtin’

[Pre-Hook: Post Malone]
White Iverson
When I started ballin’ I was young
You gon’ think about me when I’m gone
I need that money like the ring I never won, I won

[Hook: Post Malone]
Saucin’, saucin’, I’m saucin’ on you
I’m swaggin’, I’m swaggin’, I’m swaggin’ oh ooh
I’m ballin’, I’m ballin’, Iverson on you
Watch out, watch out, watch out, yeah
That’s my shot, that’s my shot, that’s my shot, yeah
Spendin’, I’m spendin’ all my fuckin’ pay

[Verse 3: Slim Jimmy]
Yeah, Slim Jimmy
I spend it as I get it, I’m ballin’ with no limits
Fuck practice, I’m the illest livin’
Ain’t no games or gimmicks, I’m defyin’ physics
Flyin’ through the air, saucin’ with the hair, SKRRT SKRRT
Matte black Range, big diamond earrings
Keep a nigga on his game, I’m ballin’ like AI
Somewhere in LA, hot, secret Sunday, I
Blowin’ all the bank
Young, Iverson
When I started ballin’ I was young
I need that money like them rings I never won
I need that money for them rings I never won
SremmLife!

[Pre-Hook: Post Malone]
White Iverson
When I started ballin’ I was young
You gon’ think about me when I’m gone
I need that money like the ring I never won, I won

[Hook: Post Malone]
Saucin’, saucin’, I’m saucin’ on you
I’m swaggin’, I’m swaggin’, I’m swaggin’ oh ooh
I’m ballin’, I’m ballin’, Iverson on you
Watch out, watch out, watch out, yeah
That’s my shot, that’s my shot, that’s my shot, yeah
Spendin’, I’m spendin’ all my fuckin’ pay

Joe Budden – Uncle Joe lyrics

[Intro]
It’s Uncle Joe in here
It’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe in here
It’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe in here
It’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe in here

[Verse 1]
It’s Uncle Joe, peep while the story is told
Look like I’m the last nigga to know I got old
Which is fine, as Uncle Joe I wear that age like it’s a three piece suit
Can’t get to this type of flavor without a season at true
Every Sunday at the spades table slamming cards, hella hard
Spitting over Ruff Ryder or Roc-a-Fella bars
I’m telling stories of Khaled before he Terror Squad
Different from what they selling y’all, fuck am I telling y’all?
It’s Uncle Joe, don’t wear Supreme and jeans
Came up with Nitty and Web, I knew Supreme in Queens
And Ross dropped “B.M.F.” and y’all would sing in the streets
I’m a little different, I was thinking of Meech
Check this shit
I used to drive around the tunnel in the Lexus with the snub
Before Power 105 was sneaking breakfast in the club
Listen, young niggas learn up, I don’t do the kiddie shit
I’m with the turn up, I just like Biggie shit
Fuck is you saying?
Only been a sensation for only two generations
I’m like the minute the weigh in fight ready
Friends are forever changing
And all them niggas I came up in the game with
Done fainted in the entertainment I swear
[Interlude]
They say the older you get in life the faster it happens. Me, I feel like I could still fuck with 25 year olds and their mommas if they cute enough. So when I walk up in the day party and said, “what up?” all I hear is “Uncle Joe” in this bitch

[Verse 2]
Same way you know when you up, you better know when you slip
Studies based of years hanging with the boa constricts
I’m from an era where we ain’t deal with all the trolling and shit
When we see you we just go in your shit
It’s repercussions for actions, we demanded more
Don’t understand it, dawg
Question all these niggas with words they never answer for
Staring at you new niggas still from an older state
It’s feeling like Oscar Robertson watching Golden State
Y’all hear Post Malone and think of “White Iverson”
I think of Karl and how he could’ve got the title won
I keep my life off Instagram like my private some
I open albums for the credits, y’all just Tidal ’em
It’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe in here
It’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe in this bitch
When there was problems with the game I got to sculpting that bitch
But they just kept talking about my hoes, I don’t even notice the shit
I got a stash I never go in and shit
Same emotionless kids
Stoic as if I’m just a motionless gift
Normally in the club tucked in the corner, no one to mind me
You niggas go and look for these bitches, they come and find me
Y’all praise it, I be disgusted
Cause I don’t want the points for scoring on easy buckets
(And what else?)
And I don’t count her if she ain’t alter my weekly budget
Or if she Snapchat every portion that we in public
That’s awful, she need to cut it (she need to cut it)
Bria’s in the W with Sandra
The escorts fuck with me, that’s a double entendre
Both got fat asses, one’s a double cup monster
Both used to mad attention, it’s my subtlety they fond of
It’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe in here
It’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe in this bitch
Nigga

Joe Budden – Uncle Joe (Rage & The Machine Album) letras

[Intro]
It’s Uncle Joe in here
It’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe in here
It’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe in here
It’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe in here

[Verse 1]
It’s Uncle Joe, peep while the story is told
Look like I’m the last nigga to know I got old
Which is fine, as Uncle Joe I wear that age like it’s a three piece suit
Can’t get to this type of flavor without a season at true
Every Sunday at the spades table slamming cards, hella hard
Spitting over Ruff Ryder or Roc-a-Fella bars
I’m telling stories of Khaled before he Terror Squad
Different from what they selling y’all, fuck am I telling y’all?
It’s Uncle Joe, don’t wear Supreme and jeans
Came up with Nitty and Web, I knew Supreme in Queens
And Ross dropped "B.M.F." and y’all would sing in the streets
I’m a little different, I was thinking of Meech
Check this shit
I used to drive around the tunnel in the Lexus with the snub
Before Power 105 was sneaking breakfast in the club
Listen, young niggas learn up, I don’t do the kiddie shit
I’m with the turn up, I just like Biggie shit
Fuck is you saying?
Only been a sensation for only two generations
I’m like the minute the weigh in fight ready
Friends are forever changing
And all them niggas I came up in the game with
Done fainted in the entertainment I swear
[Interlude]
They say the older you get in life the faster it happens. Me, I feel like I could still fuck with 25 year olds and their mommas if they cute enough. So when I walk up in the day party and said, "what up?" all I hear is "Uncle Joe" in this bitch

[Verse 2]
Same way you know when you up, you better know when you slip
Studies based of years hanging with the boa constricts
I’m from an era where we ain’t deal with all the trolling and shit
When we see you we just go in your shit
It’s repercussions for actions, we demanded more
Don’t understand it, dawg
Question all these niggas with words they never answer for
Staring at you new niggas still from an older state
It’s feeling like Oscar Robertson watching Golden State
Y’all hear Post Malone and think of "White Iverson"
I think of Karl and how he could’ve got the title won
I keep my life off Instagram like my private some
I open albums for the credits, y’all just Tidal ’em
It’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe in here
It’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe in this bitch
When there was problems with the game I got to sculpting that bitch
But they just kept talking about my hoes, I don’t even notice the shit
I got a stash I never go in and shit
Same emotionless kids
Stoic as if I’m just a motionless gift
Normally in the club tucked in the corner, no one to mind me
You niggas go and look for these bitches, they come and find me
Y’all praise it, I be disgusted
Cause I don’t want the points for scoring on easy buckets
(And what else?)
And I don’t count her if she ain’t alter my weekly budget
Or if she Snapchat every portion that we in public
That’s awful, she need to cut it (she need to cut it)
Bria’s in the W with Sandra
The escorts fuck with me, that’s a double entendre
Both got fat asses, one’s a double cup monster
Both used to mad attention, it’s my subtlety they fond of
It’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe in here
It’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe in this bitch
Nigga