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Post Malone has music that fits almost every mood. Going out? Listen to “rockstar.” Sad? Listen to “Better Now,” “Rich & Sad,” or “Over Now.” Working out? Listen to “Psycho” or “Candy Paint.” From the very start of his career, Post has been creating music unlike any other artist before him.
At the start of his career, those around him had immense doubts about his music career, and they were not shy about sharing those doubts with Post. However, as his song “Congratulations” references, he persevered and proved all those doubters wrong.
Post gained his fame after the release of his first hit song “White Iverson” in 2015. Within that same month, Post Malone signed with Republic Records, and from there, his career took off. Shortly after that, he released the aforementioned hit song “Congratulations,” which hit number eight on Billboard’s Hot 100 list. These two hits skyrocketed Post’s status from an upcoming artist to a full-blown music star.
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Since Post Malone’s first outbreak of fame in 2015, he has only become more famous. This may lead to many to believe that he is on the track to becoming a legend. Some other notable starts who have remained in the spotlight, and are definitely considered legends, are Rihanna, Beyoncé, Drake, and many more. Usually, once one has a major fame outbreak, their status takes a slight dip in the following years. However, that has not been the case for Post.
As I’m sure most of you know, Post just released a new album last week, and it is absolutely amazing. In order to keep his elevated status from dropping, Post did release a few singles from this album periodically throughout the last two years. All three songs, “rockstar,” “Candy Paint,” and “Psycho,” were hit songs that only made the star more loved. “Psycho” is his latest single, which hit number two on Billboard’s Hot 100. A few months later, Post released his latest album, “beerbongs & bentleys,” is breaking records.
Post Malone has obviously proved that he is worthy of recognition, but I think he is going to prove that he is going to be worth a whole lot more. Remember, he’s only 22 years old, so his career is only beginning. Post, we can’t wait to see what your future holds.