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Post Malone’s Manager Speaks Of “Special Things” To Come This Year

Post Malone’s Manager Speaks Of “Special Things” To Come This Year! While the pandemic wreaked havoc all over the the world, Post Malone was busy in the studio working on his next studio album for release. According to Dre London, the artist’s manager, fans should keep their ears to the ground as there are good things in store. London took to Instagram this week, to perhaps build the much needed hype for the rapper’s next moves.

Sharing a video on Instagram, in which the rockstar artist is seen casually strumming on an acoustic guitar, Dre London wrote, “I know [the world] waiting for that @postmalone musical fix! Stand by!! We planning to do a few special things during #2021.”

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The album which was previously teased for a 2020 release was not to be. One of the reasons blamed for its delay is the pandemic which seemingly thwarted those plans. Post Malone previously had the following to say about the body of work. 

“I’m working on an album now. There’s so much to say in these times that will give people hope and hopefully uplift people’s spirits. Because it’s a dark time in America. In the darkest of times, I’m just trying to make something beautiful out of it.”

The artist said that the music would be different from anything he’s ever released, adding, “To be honest, I think everyone in America is going a little bit crazy sitting at home all day. So I’ve gone a little bit crazy, and I wanted to take more steps outside of my comfort range and make music that I think — to me — is some of the best I’ve made.”

The artist recently donated 10,000 pairs of his sold-out Crocs collaboration to frontline medical workers across the country. He’s also been teased for a possible collaborative album with Ty Dolla $ign, who said this during an interview: “Who knows if I might do it again. But I’m sure it’s possible. Posty and Ty Dolla $ign album coming soon.”

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