Post Malone Sounds Extra Vulnerable In “Mourning”
I wonder if Post Malone is happy.
I have a feeling that Post Malone’s forthcoming album, Austin, will be his most important one to date. Though I do still believe he is an A-list artist, I just feel like his last couple of projects hasn’t quite connected with his true fans. Also, as of late, Posty has been an open book, which tells me that he might be very vulnerable in the project. Today, the 27-year-old artist returned to the music scene with a new single called “Mourning.”
Post Malone keeps it a stack in “Mourning.” Over production that boasts some hard-hitting 808s, hazy vibes, and soothing guitar licks, the Syracuse native passionately sings about his struggles with alcohol and how important it is to have the right people around you. While I feel bad as s**t calling this depressing track a bop, at the end of the day, it has a catchy hook and a dope-ass beat (Y’all think they are going to play this s**t in clubs?).
Give “Mourning” by Post Malone a shot below.
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