Saxophonist Tony Hancock—better known as Saxl Rose—just dropped a cover of “Goodbyes” by Post Malone that you just have to hear. 

Rose has gained a ton of attention on social media for sax  covers of scene favorites in the past, including All Time Low, Paramore and more. 

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Rose even previously toured with Neck Deep last year and collabed with them on a track.

Now, he’s posted a cover of the rapper’s latest song with Young Thug. 

The sax player with the most barz or the saxiest rapper? You decide,” he posted with a teaser clip on Instagram. 

You can listen to the full cover below.

You can also listen to the Post Malone original below and check out the super creepy video.

More Post Malone news

Good news Post Malone fans, it looks like a new project is soon on the way as the artist confirms the completion of his next album.

And according to Post, it’s going to be “pretty goddamn out of sight.”

Headlining Wyoming’s Cheyenne Frontiers Days Festival yesterday, Post announced to the crowd that his next album is officially done.

According to Billboard, Post revealed that he had been hard at work in the studio this week in an effort to finish the project.

“I’ve got some pretty awesome news,” he told the crowd. “And the reason my voice is kinda fucked is because I was in the studio for the last three days and we just finished up the new album, and I think it’s gonna be pretty goddamn out of sight.”

You can catch a video of the announcement below!


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