Posty’s album has reportedly sold over two million units since its release Sept. 6.
It should come as no surprise that Malone’s 17-track album would rack up some major streaming and sales numbers.
Featuring highly anticipated collabs from Halsey, Ozzy Osbourne and more, Hollywood’s Bleeding dominated the No. 1 spot on the Billboard album chart for three weeks straight.
The album pulled in over 100 million streams consistently during those three weeks while totaling 946,000 equivalent sales just last week alone.
Less than a month after its release,
Post Malone’s “Hollywood’s Bleeding” is now the best selling album of 2019 so far. Over 2 million units sold already pic.twitter.com/xl9dG9azEU
— HIP HOP FACTS (@DailyRapFacts) October 5, 2019
Currently, Post still has 10 songs from the album on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
You can check out the stream of the latest Post Malone album below.
Hollywood’s Bleeding is available now here. You can check out the full tracklist below.
1. “Hollywood’s Bleeding”
2. “Saint Tropez”
3. “Enemies” feat. DaBaby
5. “A Thousand Bad Times”
7. “Die For Me” feat. Future and Halsey
8. “On The Road” feat. Meek Mill and Lil Baby
9. “Take What You Want” feat. Ozzy Osbourne and Travis Scott
10. “I’m Gonna Be”
11. “Staring At The Sun” feat. SZA
12. “Sunflower” feat. Swae Lee
14. “Goodbyes” feat. Young Thug
16. “I Know”
More on Post Malone
TwentyNineScene has been good to us, blessing us with the return of Scary Kids Scaring Kids and Go Radio. We’ve undergone an emo revival and proven that it was never really dead thanks to Matt Cutshall’s “felt emo might delete” videos. Now, our worlds are colliding as one YouTuber imagines what it would be like to toss Post Malone in an emo band.
YouTuber Call It Clarity has created a mashup that none of us knew we needed.
Taking Post Malone’s “I Fall Apart” and Hawthorne Heights’ “Ohio Is For Lovers,” the YouTuber created a track that sounds like it could be an actual song.
While we all know Posty was in a metal band (who covered Asking Alexandria) and once auditioned for Crown The Empire, this genre gives his vocals a new spin. If you’ve ever wondered what it would sound like if Posty was in an emo band instead, here’s your answer.
The mashup actually makes more sense than you’d think as even Hawthorne Heights themselves once said Posty would be a perfect fit for one of their tracks. Back in 2017, the band’s account reached out to the rapper with a proposition.
Check out the incredible Hawthorne Heights mashup, “I Fall Apart In Ohio” below!