Post Malone New York Tickets
Post Malone New York NY tickets for the artists newly announced 2019 tour are available for sale now. Post Malone, also known as Austin Richard Post is a rapper, singer, and songwriter and is known for producing albums that incorporate a mix of different genres, including rock, pop, and rap. The singer has worked with many big names in the industry including Swae Lee, who will be performing with him live in his 2019 tour. Post Malone is expected to perform in select cities across the United States and Canada, including Boston, Atlantic City, Washington, Buffalo, Toronto, Jacksonville, new Orleans, Salt Lake City, Los Angeles, Denver, and many others.
Post Malone New York NY Tickets
Over the years, the singer has released multiple hit singles. "Sunflower" from the movie Spider-Man: Into the Spider Verse is the most well known one so far and has topped Billboard Hot 100 charts for weeks. Currently, it sits at No. 9 on the Billboard Top 100 chart. In addition to this Post Malone has also released his newest song "Goodbyes", which has accumulated 32 million views on YouTube in just a couple of weeks.
Because of his diverse sound, Post Malone has often been described as versatile. Throughout his career, the rapper has stepped into rock, pop, hip hop, and country music, all of which has worked to widen his fan base. Post Malone continues to release songs and albums that strike a chord with fans. with Post Malone New York NY tickets catch him live in action.
The rapper has been open about his foray into music in interviews. Post Malone has remarked that he chose his stage name at the age of 15 or 16 and credits his love of music to the video game guitar hero. The singer released his first song during high school and since then has released multiple hit songs. The song that first launched him into fame was "White Iverson". His next album, “Beer Bongs and Bentleys” was a raging success as well and was nominated for multiple awards and acclaims, including "Album of the Year" and "The Album of 2018".