This is our space to gush about how Post Malone is one of the all-time greats. It’s also our official plea to be a part of his ‘Motley Crew.’
This calls for celebration, we finally have new Post Malone music! July 9th Post dropped his newest track ‘Motley Crew,’ from a joined project to go along with his upcoming documentary. The song itself is exactly what you hope for from a Post Malone track, a complete party. The video that goes along with ‘Motley Crew,’ is stacked with so many members of Post’s crew, including, Big Sean, and French Montana, just to name a few.
To celebrate this release we’re going to countdown our five favorite Post Malone tracks from over the years!
Stream ‘Motley Crew’ here!
If this song comes on at a party, you know your night is about to get significantly better. It just has this way of getting everyone in the room so hyped up, especially when that chorus hits. This was one of the first songs to blow Post Malone up into the superstar we know him as today, and thank god for that.
‘Sunflower’ – Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Soundtrack ft. Swae Lee
This combines our undying love for both Post Malone and anything Spider-Man related. Arguably ‘Sunflower’ is one of the best songs off of a modern soundtrack, and has just taken on a life of its own. There are so many people that don’t even know it’s a soundtrack song, they just know Post Malone sings it so they’re going to blast it. And rightfully so.
‘Psycho’ feat. Ty Dolla $ign
The flow of this track is really what does it for us. It’s not a bright, or bubbly track but it makes you feel good. We think this may be in the top 10 best pre-game songs of the last several years, and that’s high praise. Truly we can’t think of a time when this song won’t hit exactly how we want it to.
‘Zack And Codeine’
We will forever love any Suite Life of Zack & Cody references anyone wants to throw at us. When life is going good all we can think of now is the lyric “Man my life so sweet I feel like Cody.” This track is just a vibe, if you need a track to smoke to, or just to use as the backing track to rendezvous with friends, this Post Malone track is perfect.
‘Rich & Sad’
When we think of Post Malone songs, we don’t really think of crying. However, with this track, we can’t help but cry every time. Loving someone so much that you were okay with the money being the reason someone stayed, and then the heartbreak that comes when they still don’t stay just breaks us.
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