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If you want a concert experience with great music and energy, look no further than Post Malone. The Syracuse-born rapper brings an undeniable swagger to the stage.
He’s also very personable. If you’re in the front row of a Post Malone concert you’ll probably get a chance to shake his hand (albeit briefly). And regardless of where you sit, you’re likely to see him smile more than once.
You’ll definitely hear him perform his breakout hit, “White Iverson.” Released on SoundCloud in August of 2016, the song rocketed Post Malone to stardom.
Other songs beloved by his fans include “Go Flex,” “Too Young,” and “Déjà Vu (featuring Justin Bieber).” All three of those songs, as well as “White Iverson,” are included on his debut album, Stoney (2016).
Besides Bieber, Post Malone has also worked with Kanye West, Kehlani, Quavo, Young Thug, and 50 Cent.
Post Malone’s real name is Austin Richard Post. He was born on the Fourth of July in 1995.
Many believe his stage name is a reference to basketball player Karl Malone. Actually, “Post” is his last name and “Malone” was randomly contrived.