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Post Malone’s New Album To Feature Travis Scott, SZA, Halsey And More

by John Ogba-Ifeakanwa
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shares the list of features, includinh , Halsey, , etc. on his upcoming album, Hollywood’s Bleeding.

s upcoming third studio album, Hollywood’s Bleeding is probably the most anticipated album coming through next month. Having dropped very success singles this year, the album promises to be a huge release while showcasing Malone‘s incredible versatility judging from the list of the album’s contributors.

Post has not shared the album’s tracklist but confirmed the album would be out on Sept. 6th. He previously announced the upcoming album during the Bud Light Dive Bar Tour saying “Guys, I have really f**king good for fans. My third album will be coming out in September“. Post has also recently shared the names of the contributors on the album including, Da Baby, , Halsey, , Lil Baby, Ozzy Osbourne, , , , and Young Thug.

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The upcoming album will reportedly contain 17 tracks of very versatile music, including his previously released songs Wow, Sunflower with , with Young Thug and the recently released . It’s still not certain if Sunflower would appear on the upcoming album because s name is surprisingly absent from the list of contributors shared by Malone.

In an interview with Kerwin Frost, R&B star while talking about her sound made reference to a new song she recorded with Post for his album. She said; “I can listen to the song that I just did with Post Malone, and then be like, ‘That’s me, a little more,'” 

The new album promises to be an exciting listen and we all can’t wait for it to drop.

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