New Music: Post Malone Drops August 26 Mixtape /Download Link
The mixtape is the first full-length project to be released from the multiplatinum Dallas, TX artist. Collaborators on August 26 include 2 Chainz on “Money Made Me Do It,” Jeremih for “Fuck,” Lil Yachty on “Monta,” Jaden Smith and Teo during “Lonely,” and many more.
In addition, Post is selling exclusive August 26 merchandise inspired by the classic video game Twisted Metal on his official merch site now in honor of the release. 2016 is off to a blazing start for Post Malone. He performed nightly to sold out crowds as direct support to Fetty Wap on the Monster Energy Presents Welcome to the Zoo Tour before joining Justin Bieber on the Purpose North American Tour.
Both Kanye West and 50 Cent have sought him out for high-profile collaborations, following the explosion of “White Iverson.” The song has received a RIAA double platinum certification, holding strong in the Top 20 of iTunes Overall Top Songs Chart and Top 10 of Spotify’s Overall Songs Chart. Total consumption exceeds 2.1 million with Spotify streams over 131 million and counting. The Dallas, TX native’s full-length debut album is slated for release this year.
- Never Understand (feat. Larry June) 2. Money Made Me Do It (feat. 2 Chainz) 3. Git Wit U 4. God Damn (feat. 1st) 5. Fuck (feat. Jeremih) 6. 40 Funk 7. Monta (feat. Lil Yachty) 8. Hollywood Dreams Come Down 9. Lonely (feat. Jaden Smith & Teo) 10. Oh God
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