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Post Malone is gearing up to follow up his 2016 debut album, Stoney. The project helped further catapulted him into the national spotlight, after his first-ever single, 2015's "White Iverson," went viral and led to his signing with Republic Records.
Now that Post has made a name for himself, the 22-year-old is far from slowing down with new releases. After dropping off his collaboration with Lorde on her remix of "Homemade Dynamite" (alongside SZA and Khalid) and winning over audiences with his cover of Nirvana's "All Apologies," the rapper-singer has released yet another new single.
The 21 Savage-assisted track, "Rockstar," is reportedly the first single off his forthcoming sophomore album, Beerbongs and Bentleys. The song definitely captures the mood that Post declared earlier with the announcement of his next album, saying that the project is much more than music, it's a lifestyle.
Take a listen to Post Malone's latest cut below.