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Post Malone is no stranger to tattoos. Besides enormous amounts of talent, the 24-year old rapper is known for his trademark face tattoos. Now, he added another piece of ink to his collection.

Post Malone just showed off his newest face tattoo. It’s an armored hand holding a medieval flail. It takes a sizable spot on Posty’s face. Check it out below.

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Kyle Hediger created Post Malone’s newest tattoo. Previously, Hediger shared a video of Posty and himself inking each other’s rival football teams onto one another. Watch it below.

Now, in an interview with TMZ Post Malone talks about his newest addition to the ink family.

“It hurt like a motherfucker,” Malone says. “It’s like a gauntlet and a flail… it’s like a big spiked ball on a chain, it’s pretty brutal. Finally, I said fuck it, let’s do it.”

Check out the ink below.

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About a week ago, Posty dropped a surprise video for “Circles”.

Yes, “Circles” already has one official video 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 Posty doing the things he likes doing. A trippy display of circles presents all of the images.

Just over two weeks 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.

Malone is ripping cigarettes and playing beer pong is classic. 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.

What do you think of Post Malone’s newest ink? Sound off below!

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