Hollywood’s Bleeding: Stream Post Malone’s New Album
We have already heard a few singles from Hollywood’s Bleeding, including “Wow.,” which has a music video featuring that viral bearded weirdo guy everyone was obsessed with a few months ago. Then he dropped “Goodbyes,” which saw Young Thug contributing a couple of verses. At the beginning of August this year, the singer performed “Circles” at a private concert sponsored by Bud Light. Then last week, he released a Game Of Thrones-esque music video for that track.
Also last week, Post dropped the tracklist to his Beerbongs & Bentley’s follow-up with a stacked roster of collaborators. The album has the cuts pairing Halsey and Future, Travis Scott and Ozzy Osbourne, and Meek Mill and Lil Baby. It also features SZA, DaBaby, the aforementioned Thugger, and — thanks to the inclusion of the chart-topping Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse single “Sunflower” — Posty’s future tourmate Swae Lee. Kanye West has a co-writing credit on “Internet,” and Father John Misty is credited on “Myself.”
After much-hype, he had finally dropped his third studio album, Hollywood’s Bleeding. The 17-track list also contains previously-released singles such as “Circles,” “Goodbyes” featuring Young Thug, and the Swae Lee-starring “Sunflower,” which had appeared on the soundtrack for the award-winning animated movie, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.
In extension to Swae Lee and Young Thug, Hollywood’s Bleeding also highlights a variety of other celebrity guests such as Meek Mill, DaBaby, Future, Lil Baby, Travis Scott, SZA, and Ozzy Osbourne.
The album is the singer’s follow up to his last year’s triple-platinum project beerbongs & Bentleys, which had seized the number one chart spot in over eight countries, including America.