Post Malone’s new album is a feature-filled collection of sad bangers.
Post Malone has shared his third album, Hollywood’s Bleeding. The followup to 2016’s beerbongs & bentleys contains a whole bunch of features, with some, like Ozzy Osbourne, coming in as a big surprise. And, to be clear, the Ozzy Osbourne feature is an actual feature, not just a repurposed recording like some other artists have been known to do with rock and pop legends (looking your way Drake). The full contributor list also includes SZA, Travis Scott, Kanye West, Young Thug, Father John Misty, Swae Lee, Future, Halsey, DaBaby, Meek Mill, and Lil Baby. Clocking in at 51 minutes with 17 tracks the album seems pretty fun after the first listen and contains the previously released singles, “Sunflower,” “Circles,” “Goodbyes” and “Wow.” Notably, the song “Internet” on the album, which features a songwriting credit from Kanye, was originally supposed to be on West’s Yandhi and has been making the rounds online as part of the Yandhi leak. With its release on Hollywood’s Bleeding it subsequently confirms the cancellation of the Yandhi project. That being said, it’s a great song and I’m glad it got an official release. You can find “Internet” on our Tasty! Jams playlists and stream Hollywood’s Bleeding above.