Post Malone Says He's Working on a New Album to Help People Through the 'Darkest of Times'
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Malone hopes that his next album will be one that reminds anyone who listens to it that they are not alone, and hopes it inspires people to show more love to the people around them.
"I probably say that every album cycle, but for me it feels so special. I want to make an album that will uplift and show that people are not alone in their times of loneliness and worry and that at the end of the day we all just need to show love to everyone on the planet and figure things out," he said. "So we're working pretty hard, and I think we're making some incredible stuff."
The next LP will be the rapper's fourth overall. His debut studio album, Stoney, was released on December 9, 2016, and featured his hit singles "Congratulations" and "I Fall Apart."
In 2018, Malone released his second studio album Beerbongs & Bentleys. It debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200.
Malone's third studio album, Hollywood's Bleeding, was released on September 6, 2019. That album's single, "Circles," became his fourth number one on the US Hot 100.
Aside from making new music, Malone also recently launched his own rosé, Maison No. 9, selling 50,000 bottles in the first two days.
"I've loved wine for a minute now. And Dre [London] and I were talking and we said, 'Why not make our own deal and see how it goes?' We flew to Provence [France] and picked the grapes and made the blend and everything. And I said, 'This is something that I really, really like,' " he told the outlet of the venture. "I'm so blessed and happy that we're crushing it the way that we are. We're trying to make an empire so that we can drink for free and our kids can eat forever."
The successful launch came just a few weeks before the "Better Now" rapper celebrated his 25th birthday, and he can't wait to properly celebrate when it's safe to do so.
"I have a big a– boat chartered in Greece. So the day this all ends I'm getting my a– right over there," he said.
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