Post Malone Reveals Album Info After Stirring Anticipation For Country Era

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Post Malone revealed long-awaited details about his forthcoming album.

The genre-blending rapper and singer posted the cover art of his highly-anticipated project, and confirmed that the album, F-1 Trillion, will arrive this summer Posty’s album details arrive after months of teasers, cross-genre duets and hints of a country album on the way.

Post Malone’s most recent single to release is “I Had Some Help,” with Morgan Wallen, which the duo performed live at the 2024 Stagecoach Festival. His next collaboration is “Somebody Pour Me a Drink,” with Blake Shelton. It’s set to release on Friday (June 21). Post Malone teamed up with Shelton to deliver a surprise performance of the unreleased anthem during CMA Fest, the longest-running country festival in the world, earlier this month at Nissan Stadium in Downtown Nashville, Tennessee. Posty has also shared sneak peeks of unreleased songs, including a heartfelt father-daughter ballad and a collaboration with Luke Combs.

Post Malone has also performed at major country award shows in recent months. He took the stage at the 59th ACM Awards, hosted at the world headquarters of the Dallas Cowboys at The Ford Center at The Star in Frisco, Texas. He performed “Never Love You Again” and a solo rendition of “I Had Some Help,” in addition to an impromptu tribute to Dickey Betts with host Reba McEntire. Post Malone also performed at the 57th CMA Awards at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena in November 2023. He joined Wallen and HARDY to deliver a tribute to late music legend Joe Diffie. Malone has performed in some of Music City’s largest venues, in addition to iconic, intimate locations. He played at the storied Bluebird Cafe — a globally-recognized listening room that has hosted many legendary artists and rising stars — alongside Lainey Wilson, ERNEST and award-winning songwriter Ashley Gorley.

F-1 Trillion is set to release on August 16.

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