Post Malone

The Black Keys, Motley Crue, Muse Highlight 'WWE 2K20' In-Game Soundtrack

The WWE is ready to rock. The Black Keys , Mötley Crüe and Muse are among the artists that will appear on the in-game soundtrack for WWE 2K20 . 2K announced the full roster of artists and says it was curated to suit the diverse tastes of the WWE Universe. The 12 tracks also include selections from...
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Ozzy Osbourne and Travis Scott Join Post Malone on ‘Take What You Want’

In a nod to his rock past, Post Malone has enlisted one of the best to ever do it for his new album, Hollywood’s Bleeding . Ozzy Osbourne joins the “Wow” singer, along with Travis Scott for a new collaboration called, “Take What You Want.” The three all sound remarkably in their own zone on the...
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GRAMMY Album Of The Year

GRAMMY Awards: Vote for Album Of The Year

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Record Of The Year

GRAMMY Awards: Vote for Record Of The Year

Eight will enter, but only one performance will be remembered as the year's best
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American rapper Post Malone performs in the infield prior to the running of the 143rd Preakness Steaks at Pimlico Race Course

Listen to Post Malone’s High School Metal Band

More news of Post Malone actually being a hardcore kid continues to surface, and we’re absolutely thrilled about it.
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Record Of The Year

GRAMMY Awards: Record Of The Year Nominees

Eight will enter, but only one performance will be remembered as the year's best
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Post Malone arrives at the American Music Awards

Post Malone Meeting Metallica is the Best Thing We've Seen All Week

Post Malone is secretly a punk kid at heart and we all love him for it.
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Aerosmith

Aerosmith Closed Out The 2018 MTV Video Music Awards

Watch the rockers return with help from Post Malone
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Post Malone performs onstage at the 2017 BET Awards at the Microsoft Theater on June 25, 2017 in Los Angeles, California

WATCH: Rapper Post Malone Covers Nirvana & Green Day at Recent Shows

Post Malone: You may know him for his rap songs like “Congratulations” and “White Iverson.” But at a few recent shows, the rapper went rock, covering Nirvana’s “All Apologies” and Green Day’s “Basket Case.”
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