Post Malone Atlanta Tickets
Post Malone Atlanta GA tickets are available for purchase now. The rapper/singer Post Malone announced his Runaway Tour earlier this year and will be performing in select cities across the nation. The rapper will be joined by two well known names in the industry, Swae Lee and Tyla Yaweh. The trio is expected to perform in New York, Boston, Buffalo, and other states in America as well as some cities in Canada. Post Malone, also known as Austin Richard Post, has been making music since he was 16 years old and launched to fame after his well known single, “White Iverson” topped charts. The singer remarked that the success was very surprising, considering it was his first album.
Best Album of the Year
Following the success of his single “White Iverson”, Post Malone has released multiple hit singles, the most recent of which is “Goodbyes”. The song was released alongside an R-rated music video which has been viewed more than 32 million times in just two weeks. The singer seems to be riding a wave of success, seeing as this is not his only hit song in recent years. Post Malone also worked on the single, “Sunflower” featuring Young Thug. The song was part of the soundtrack for the movie “Spider-Man: Into the Spider Verse”.
In addition to this, the singer’s last album, “Beerbongs and Bentleys” was nominated as The Album of the Year in 2018 as well as multiple other awards. The album was also triple platinum certified by the RIAA. Post Malone is often lauded for having a versatile sound and dabbling in different genres. The singer has sung to pop, rock, hip-hop, and country music and has a wider fan base than others in the field for this reason.
Post Malone's upcoming tour will be in support of his latest singles and the fans are eagerly awaiting for another album. However, the singer seems to be preoccupied with the launch of his new business. Post Malone is now releasing a cannabis and hemp brand by the name of Shaboink. The idea behind the brand was to provide nicotine and chemical free pre rolls. If his music is anything to go by, fans are likely to buy in to the new scheme as well.