It is difficult to find an artist who has been a year older than Post Malone. Your album beers and bentleys hit number one and broke broadcast and graphics records, including the score of nine simultaneous Top 20 songs. Currently, "Better Now" is the number two song in the country.
Wait for the race to continue: Post and Raae Sremmurd Swae Lee has just released an extremely eye-catching new song, "Sunflower", for the animated Marvel movie Spider Man: Into the Spider-Verse, which leaves on December 14. The track is a diary of a rocky relationship, which runs the line between hip-hop and dream-pop. "There are no longer genres, and I do not feel tied to anything," Post said recently. "And if it makes you feel good or makes you feel sad or if it makes you feel something, who cares what category it is?" Swae Lee recently wrote that he is "very excited" because people listen to the song.
Post debuted the song for the first time when he played a fragment of it in Late night with Jimmy Fallon earlier this month. "He's going to be sick," he said. He is currently on tour until March and will play at the Barclays Center in New York on New Year's Eve. He is believed to be a major contender in the Grammys, who recently admitted that it would be a big problem for him: "Did not Kanye say:" I have my Grammys in my sock drawer? "Sure, well, it's great to hate them, but also It's great to have [the awards] because what we do is not normal. I think of it this way: we're supposed to be in college, but instead we're here, traveling around the world and working hard. For artists like us, it's great to be recognized. It's like getting an A or something like that. For our art. For something we did ourselves.