Post Malone Releases Another Melodic Smash Hit, “Psycho”
My god, Post Malone is just incapable of recording bad music. He’s just done it again. He’s released another smash hit. This meteorite of a song hit Earth and digital platforms this Friday morning and it is called “Psycho”, and it features a guest verse from Ty Dolla Sign. “Psycho” serves as the third single from Post Malone’s upcoming studio album “Beerbongs & Bentleys”.
“Psycho” hears Post Malone basically bragging about the luxuries he’s purchased with the money he’s hard worked to earn. And there’s nothing wrong about that. It’s a typical theme within the rap world. And it’s evidently a topic many rappers that came from nothing like in the case of Post Malone like to touch because it’s a remembrance of all the years of sweat and hard work to be where you're now now and could also be a wake-up call to young people who want to become rappers too that if you dream big, you may get a shot like Post Malone did and be able to afford everything you’ve wished for. But anyway, let’s not get too intense in the explanation of the lyrics. What I truly loved about this song was of course its melody, and you know melodic gems are signature things of Post Malone. I mean, I just hear this over and over and I don’t get tired of the melody construction. And what about Post Malone’s singing range? Those long notes? Hello? Amazing. He can rap and truly sing. Wow.
Obsessed with this and will be replaying a million times this weekend.
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