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American rapper from Syracuse, N.Y. Post Malone continues to amaze his fans with his never ending talent and beautiful voice. His most recent album, ‘Beerbongs and Bentleys’ showcases just some of the vocal qualities he obtains as a singer/songwriter.

From his first official song, ‘White Iverson’ to his first full album ‘Stoney’ he has continued to work with some of the top artists in the industry. His recent album features guest appearances from Swae Lee, 21 Savage, Ty Dolla Sign, Nicki Minaj, G-Eazy and YG.

In comparison to ‘Stoney,’ it is evident that more time and thought was put into ‘Beerbongs and Bentleys’ because of the flow and structure of the album. It has even earned Post Malone the Rap/Hip-Hop Album Award at the American Music Awards of 2018.

In the album, Post Malone offers a variety of different music. For instance, ‘Stay’ is a softer song with a slow rhythm while ‘Better Now’ has more of an upbeat rhythm. Both songs talk about generally the same thing, but in two completely different tones.

The release date of the album was April 27, 2018, just a week before attending ‘Flyover 2017’ a concert where Post Malone performed.

He performed some songs from ‘Beerbongs and Bentleys’ during the concert and I instantly fell in love with the album. His performance was wonderful and he made the crowd feel so involved, I will definitely attend a concert of his again.

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