Post Malone Biography:
Post Malone (July 4, 1995) singer, producer, and composer. Now the age of Post Malone is 24 years and height is 6 feet 1 inch. He was born in Syracuse, New York, United States. His birth name is Austin Richard Post. From a very young age, his family moved to Grapevine, Texas. In his spare time, he played basketball. His father Rich Post was a food vendor of the Dallas Cowboys team, this allowed Malone to enter all the games for free and be close to the players. At age 12 his mother Jodi Post gave him a guitar. Received influence from Metallica and Megadeth, Malone made a transition between hardcore, classic rock and Hip hop and Trap.
Post Malone Rise To Fame:
He started a university career at Tarrant County College but did not finish it because Malone moved to Los Angeles, California, with his old friend Jason Stokes. During that time he had the opportunity to meet 1st and Rich of FKi and Rex Kudo, they did production work on several Malone songs: White Iverson is a reference to professional basketball player Allen Iverson. By the middle of 2015, the official music video was released, received more than 613 million views. Post released other singles from his SoundCloud: Too Young, What’s Up, Patient and Tear $. Congratulations and rockstar (the songs with the most visits on YouTube) respectively reached numbers 8 and 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, in the United States.
Post quickly attracted the attention of record companies. As a result, he signed a recording contract with Republic Records and began working with major rap stars such as 50 Cent, Young Thoug, and Kanye West. Malone was invited to perform an opening act for the Bieber’s Purpose World Tour. Go Flex was his new single of 2016. He subsequently published a mixtape titled August 26. Malone played Go Flex in Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Malone began receiving proposals from several labels. With Republic Records, he released songs such as Too Young, What’s Up, Patient and Tear $. He participated in Beats de Zane Lowe. He worked hard to launch Stony; his first album. This managed to position itself in the number 4 position of the Billboard 200 of the United States, thus obtaining an RIAA 3x Platinum certification. He later published: Beerbongs & Bentleys, includes 18 songs and has the collaborations of Nicki Minaj, G-Eazy, Swae Lee, YG, 21 Savage and Ty Dolla $ ign. He received very good reviews and reached the number 1 position in music charts and rankings worldwide, including the Billboard 200, from the United States.
Post Malone Tattoos And Net Worth:
Post Malone has too many tattoos but not on the body, he has most tattoos on his face as compared to the body. In an interview, he exposed the reason for face tattoos that “Anything to piss my mom off” if we talk about his net worth then the net worth of 2019 is $31 million, in 2018 net worth of Post Malone is $27 million and in 2017 is $16 million.
Famous Songs Of Post Malone:
All the famous songs of the Post Malone are given below.
- Rockstar (ft. 21 Savage)
- Psycho (ft. Ty Dolla $ign)
- I Fall Apart
- Candy Paint
- Congratulations (ft. Quavo)
- Too Young
- Boy Bandz
- White Iverson
- Go Flex
- What’s Up (ft. 1st)
Post Malone Quotes:
We collected all the famous quotes of Post Malone. All best and amazing quotes are given you will definitely love all the quotes of Post Malone.
You can tell a lot about a man by the jib bits on his Crocs.
In order to find yourself, who you really are, you got to be with yourself; you got to hang out with yourself.
It has been wild, you know, I started out just putting a song that I made out on the internet without being sure if anyone was going to like it and it took me on tour around the world with Justin Bieber, it’s been amazing!
I was a sad kid. I didn’t have no friends or nothing; I was a nerdy kid.
The old country singers, they were badass, they were the American badass people. I’m an American badass. At 40 years old, I’m gonna be a country singer.
Nobody wanted me to put out White Iverson. They said wait. I said I don’t have time to wait. I don’t have any money, what am I going to lose? I put it out the next day and it went bananas.
Worked so hard, forgot how to vacation.
I think a show is more of an interacting with fans than you just singing songs.
Once you have an established song, you can really come out of your shell and experiment with the sound you want to make.
Don’t try to change anyone, change how you deal with them.
The right person by your side will have you saving money. Living better, making moves and laughing constantly.
Tomorrow, I will once again, sleep in my own bed. Thanks for a great fucking tour and see y’all at the Hollywood bowl. (Credit: Networthleaks)