Post Malone Shares Sophomore Album Release Date, Previews New Song “Stay”
Post Malone has had a monumental 12 months, and he's ready to launch another new chapter in his rising career. During his Nashville, Tenn. stop on his Bud Light Dive Bar Tour, the Syracuse native revealed the official release date for his forthcoming sophomore album, Beerbongs & Bentleys.
Malone announced to the crowd that his new album will be dropping on April 27, which means that fans will have another collection of new music from him in just a few weeks. The project follows in the footsteps to the "Rockstar" rapper's debut album, Stoney, which he release back in Dec. 2016.
Along with the release date announcement, Malone also performed his new song, "Stay," which hasn't been officially released just yet. The acoustic song provides a gentle vibe for listeners, and definitely blends into Malone's experimental musical style.
"Tell me that it's all okay/I've been waiting on this all damn day," he croons. "Call me in the morning, tell me how last night went/I'm here, but don't count on me to/Stay a little longer if you convince me."
We're not sure when Post Malone will drop "Stay," but it shouldn't be too long of a wait for his supporters being that his album will be hitting our ears this month.
Check out Post Malone's performance of his new song "Stay" in the video below to hear what's on the way.
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