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Post Malone drops new “Circles” video that requires two phones to watch

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December 18, 2019
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If you want to view the new “Circles” video by Post Malone on Spotify, you’re going to need two phones, two playlists, and some patience.

The rapper previously dropped a music video for the track in September.

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In the video, Post is seen as the knight in shining armor trying to rescue a girl with long hair from a tower.

We see the rapper riding a horse and even get set on fire at one point. You can check out the video below.

Now, Posty shared a new video for the track but it’s so complicated to watch, the visual has its own instructional video.

In order to watch the music video, you’ll need two phones and two Spotify subscriptions. You’ll also need two separate playlists opened on said streaming service: “The Rapper’s Universe” on the left phone and “Today’s Top Hits” on the right. You cannot have it the other way around.

Got it? Alright, we’re moving on.

Now, you have to scroll until you find “Circles” on both playlists if it’s even there when you try to watch the video. Once you find the title you must press play on both phones at the same time.

If you do it all correctly, you and your phone buddy can watch the brand new music video!

We can’t confirm whether it works or not because we have not been able to try it ourselves.

Check out the full instructional video below!

More on Post Malone

Post Malone will be closing out the decade and year, by headlining the biggest New Years’ Eve party, Dick Clark’s New Years Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest 2020 in New York City’s Times Square.

Malone will be performing alongside Sam Hunt, Alanis Morissette and K-pop sensations, BTS, all of which were added to the lineup today. Ryan Seacrest will be leading the countdown this year in Times Square with additional help from returning co-host, Lucy Hale.

Malone performing the last show of the year, and decade is only fitting as he had his biggest year. Spotify Wrapped announced earlier this month that Malone was the most-streamed artist of 2019.

This won’t be Malone’s first time with the New Year’s Eve show as Malone was 2019’s first live TV performance, appearing live from his concert at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center just after midnight, which you can watch here.

Were you able to figure out how to watch the Post Malone’s new video for “Circle?” Let us know in the comments below!

Written by Alyssa Quiles