Wednesday, 8 Apr 2020

Our ‘Posty’ Playlist

GRAMMY-nominated, diamond-certified Dallas artist Post Malone is coming home to Texas in the Runaway Tour, with a stop at the Erwin Center on March 10. Special guests Swae Lee and Tyla Yaweh open the show. More great seats were just released, so grab your tickets at TexasBoxOffice.com before they’re all gone!

Post Malone doesn’t stop making history. His latest album “Hollywood’s Bleeding” recently returned to No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200 for the fifth non-consecutive week, marking the longest run atop the chart this year. Check out the songs we can’t stop listening to!

Warning: Songs Contain Explicit Language

“Sunflower”
Hollywoods Bleeding

Part of the soundtrack for “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse”, “Sunflower” is a collaboration by Post Malone and Swae Lee (catch them both here on March 10!). The song broke the record for most weeks spent in the top 10 of the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Charts (45 weeks).

“This song is so positive and uplifting that you can’t be sad listening to it.” – Post Malone

“Congratulations”
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Did you know? Post Malone debuted “Congratulations” while performing in Austin in September 2016, two months before its official release. On May 23, 2019, the song became eligible for Diamond certification. 

“We were in LA, we were just sittin’ in a session, and Frank Dukes and Metro was in the studio and then Jay has the funniest laugh and then he just laughs and he said ‘congratulations’ and then I said ‘that’s a great song name’ so then we just wrote off that and Quavo hopped on and it’s in the top 10 now, super killer.” – Post Malone

“Circles” 
Hollywood’s Bleeding

“Circles” is the fourth single from Hollywood’s Bleeding, and continues the heartbreak theme from “Goodbyes.” The song features a more unique instrumental compared to the majority of Post’s discography. 

“Another cool unique vibe. I was super inspired working in Toronto with Frank Dukes while sitting down, playing the instruments. Super Fleetwood Mac vibe. – Post Malone

“Déjà Vu”
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“Déjà Vu,” featuring Justin Bieber, is one of the standout tracks from Post Malone’s debut album. 

Did you know? The line “I’m not like your exes, I came up from Texas, and now that we textin’” is a play on the well-known George Strait tune “All My Ex’s Live in Texas.” 

“You go around and you do so much, and you see so much. At some point, with the certain people that you meet, and the way that people act towards you, it’s kind of like redundant. And it keeps on happening. And I know Justin definitely feels like that, because he’s one of the most famous people, so he can relate to that best extent. It’s a crazy. It’s a crazy life that we live. We’re just trying to make it out alive. – Post Malone

“Wow.”
Hollywood’s Bleeding

The first single from Hollywood’s Bleeding, “Wow.” was released simultaneously with color theme changes to Post Malone’s social media accounts, signaling the color of his new album.

Did you know? Post Malone has said that he put this song out for the Dallas Cowboys!

 “rockstar”
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Named Best Rap Song at the 2018 Billboard Music Awards, “rockstar” became the 11th song in history to reach 1 billion streams on Spotify and broke the record for holding the #1 spot on Spotify’s Global chart (108 days).

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