Post Malone’s highly-anticipated third studio album, Hollywood’s Bleeding, is here. Nearly a year after dropping his triple-platinum beerbongs & bentleys project, the “White Iverson” artist has presented 17 tracks filled with a range of well-placed features. Tapping the likes of Travis Scott, Da Baby, Meek Mill, SZA, Young Thug, Future, and more, the Louis Bell-produced album maintains a star-studded cast that effortlessly exceeds at presenting chart-hitting cuts. Soundwise, Post’s latest offering is a unique development in his artistic portrayal — throughout the album, it’s evident that Posty is honing in on his love for the punk-rock era of the ’90s.
In a rare and nearly unthinkable collaboration, the most anticipated of the album’s tracks is arguably Posty’s collaboration alongside Travis Scott and metal icon Ozzy Osbourne on “Take What You Want,” which strays heavily into rock territory. This is equally visited on the title track, “Allergic,” as well as his SZA-enlisting cut “Staring at the Sun.” Other cuts like “Die For Me” alongside Future and Halsey as well as “On The Road” featuring Meek Mill and Lil Baby continue with Posty’s eclectic take on hip-hop, melding his vocals alongside trap-laden instrumentals.
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