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Two days ago, Post Malone dropped a surprise video for “Circles”. Yes, “Circles already has one official videos and a Spotify one. This new animated one seems to better fit the song. It keeps some of the fantastical themes of the first video, however.

But, we are also treated to animations of Post Malone doing Post Malone things. All of the images are brought to us in a trippy display of well, circles.

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Just over a week ago, Post Malone teamed up with Spotify to launch a video for “Circles” that requited two phones to watch. Three months ago, he dropped the first video. While the first video has some beautiful cinematography and features epic, fantastical elements, the newest one seems to take the cake.

We’re treated to Post Malone ripping cigarettes and playing beer pong. He’s driving a sports car and a knight is riding a horse. The trippy part of the video is that it’s all viewed in a series of circles. Watch it below to see what we mean.

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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.

In addition to the NYC performances, there will be live performances in Los Angeles with Ciara returning to host for the third time. The artists performing include Dua Lipa, Paula Abdul, Kelsea Ballerini, Blanco Brown, Dan + Shay, Ava Max, Megan Thee Stallion, Anthony Ramos, Salt-N-Pepa and SHAED and Green Day.

Billy Porter (American Horror Story) will take the reigns and host in New Orleans with performances from Sheryl Crow and Usher.

The show will be live on Tuesday, Dec. 31, starting at 8:00 ET on ABC.

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