Post Malone’s New Album ‘Hollywood’s Bleeding’!

Ever since “White Iverson”, I have truly been a fan of Post Malone. His sound is just so different and never what you would expect from first impressions. I have loved every album he’s dropped, and this new project, Hollywood’s Bleeding, is no different. I’ll leave the links to some of my past music reviews if you guys want to check them out before reading this new review for Posty!



Hollywood’s Bleeding… My Thoughts

To get the obvious out of the way, I am still obsessed with the track “Sunflower” featuring Swae Lee, from the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse soundtrack. That isn’t the only dope feature on this album, though. We get appearances from DaBaby (not a favorite *shrugs*), Future, Halsey, Meek Mill, Young Thug, and SZA to name a few. The collaboration that sticks out to me the most is “Take What You Want” that features THE Ozzy Osbourne and Travis Scott.

Another favorite song for me is “Goodbyes”, I always love his “ballads” so much, even though I could do without Young Thug’s part. A couple other favorites that I have, as of right now, are “Myself” and “Wow.”. It’s 17 tracks so I’m still taking a lot of it in but so far I love this album as a whole. It’s a lot of what I’d expect from Post with a little extra, which is always appreciated.

Posty Fest!

Along with Hollywood’s Bleeding hitting the top of the charts, Post Malone announced his upcoming Posty Fest, which will be held at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas on November 2nd. This will be the festival’s 2nd year and will include acts such as: Meek, Pharrell Williams, Jaden Smith, Rae Sremmurd, Doja Cat, to name a few. Tickets will be on sale starting September 14th. And his Runaway Tour will be kicking off as well.

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