If you like Post Malone’s voice cracks, you’ll appreciate this song.
Post Malone is going through a transition period in his life and music. The dude that was once made “White Iverson” seems to be crossing over to more of a vulnerable sound in his songs. He also seems motivated to correct some of the mistakes he has made in his life. Posty’s forthcoming album, Austin, promises to be his deepest to date. The latest single from it is the somber “Overdrive.”
In “Overdrive,” Post Malone talks about the importance of finding solace in your life, even if that means giving something up (Like tattoos). Throughout the song, which is powered by bluesy instrumentation, Post brings out his purest vocals. He almost gives off the feel of someone singing a song their dad taught them while chopping wood in their local forest.
Post Malone went from White Iverson to White Carson Wentz really quick.
Quincy is the creator of Ratings Game Music. He loves writing about music, taking long walks on beaches, and spaghetti that fights him back.