Watch Post Malone Debut His New Track "Love/Hate Letter to Alcohol" on 'SNL'

He also brought out Roddy Ricch to perform “Cooped Up.”

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In the months leading up to the release of his new album Twelve Carat Toothache, Post Malone made a special appearance on Saturday Night Live this weekend for his first performance as their musical guest.

Posty debuted a brand new song from the album titled “Love/Hate Letter to Alcohol.” The singer can be heard singing about his complicated relationship with alcohol as he also pinpoints an incident where it has once led him to miss a few teeth. The album release of the track will feature guest vocals from Fleet Foxes. The artist also performed another track from the forthcoming mixtape, bringing out rapper Roddy Ricch to perform his recently released single “Cooped Up.”

His emotional performance of “Love/Hate Letter to Alcohol” saw Post Malone was joined on stage by a group of acapella backup singers, causing a spectacle with a live percussion performance that was a nod to the art of taiko drumming. Watch his performance of “Love/Hate Letter to Alcohol” above and his track with Roddy Ricch below.

Twelve Carat Toothache arrives on June 3.

Elsewhere in music, Kendrick Lamar has announced global dates for The Big Steppers Tour.

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