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Post Malone Previews “Circles” from His Unreleased Third Album


-Thank you
for coming back to see us. I love hanging out with you. And last time I saw you,
we went to the Olive Garden. -Yes, sir.
[ Laughter ] -And we did our bit.
It was really fun. I enjoyed it. I really did love
the Olive Garden. I’ve never been there.
And I loved the breadsticks. -I can show you
the ways of the truth. -Yeah, thank you.
-The ways of justice. -The ways of the justice.
Thank you, yeah. Exactly what
the Olive Garden was. And then — then, you’re like,
“What are we doing now?” And it was like probably
10:30 or 11:00, and I go, “Oh, I’m gonna go to bed.
I’m tired.” And you go, “No, come on.
That’s not the way we do it.” And I go, “Yeah, yeah,
I got to do it, man. Grandpa’s got to go home.” And you go, “No, come on,
Jimothy, let’s do it.” -Jimothy?
-And then we went out… -Yes sir.
-…to a place called Paddy Reilly’s.
-Yeah. -Yeah, and, dude, it was great. We didn’t tell them
we were coming or anything. -No, it was incredible.
It was a good time. -Dude, we shut the place down.
-We shut it down. We sang some Irish folk songs.
-We really did. Dude, you know a lot
of Irish folk songs. It was fantastic.
-Thank you very much. -You’re a talented individual.
-I learned that from drinking — [ Automated voice ]
-Bud light. -No, that’s not — As you’re sipping
on a Bud Light right now. -Mnh-mnh.
-No, no, no, water. -No, it’s not.
-No, it’s not. -It’s water.
-It’s water. [ Laughter ] Dude, last night, you did
the Bud Light Dive Bar Tour? -Yes, sir.
-Now, what’s the deal with that? -You know, I’m just… As everyone probably knows
who knows me, I’m the biggest Bud Light
advocate in the whole universe. -You really are.
Besides my dad. [ Both laugh ] My dad who just lived
on Bud Light for years. -And, you know,
we did one last year, and we came out this year,
with Sublime as the band, and Fat Joe came out.
-I can’t believe that. -Yeah, it was a lot of fun.
-How fun. So, you’re doing, like,
different dive bars around the country?
-Yeah, so, I guess, you know, hopefully, we’ll get to do a
third one if they still like me, and then —
[ Light laughter ] -Yeah, they do.
-You know, we can just run around and do shows,
and I get to sing songs for people
who want to hear them, and I think that’s
pretty, pretty cool. -That is cool.
The third album, it’s rumored that it’s coming out.
We don’t know when. Is it close?
Is it anywhere — -It’s completed.
-It’s done. -Third album is done,
if anybody cares. [ Cheers and applause ] Done. Finished.
Over, done. -You have the concept,
you have everything, it’s done. Could you maybe talk about
maybe when it might come out? -It’ll be September.
-Really? -Early September.
[ Cheers and applause ] -That’s a great month.
-It’s exciting. You know, it’s exciting,
because I really — You know, there’s —
It’s a long process that goes into it, but,
you know, finally, towards the end, we kind of
rallied and just made it work, which is exciting for me. -When you write an album —
forgive me — but how many songs do you write,
and do you whittle it down to 12 of your favorites
or something? -Man, I mean, there’s —
Usually, I just go in and have an abnormal amount
of Bud Light and go into the booth and just
kind of sing over beats and wait until
I find a good melody and then sit down and write it.
So — And we’ve done that probably
a hundred times and then just shift through them and then see which ones
are smoosh hits. -Smoosh —
-Smoosh hits. -You got to have smoosh hits. -Yeah, it’s all about
smoosh hits, dude. -Last time you were here,
we gave a little taste of “Sunflower,” and it became
the song of the century. -Sure.
-And I have a new song. Would you guys like to hear it?
[ Cheers and applause ] I love you, man.
You’re the best, dude. So, this — it’s a new song,
called “Circles.” -Yes, sir.
-And this is Post Malone. Here we go. Let’s just get
a little taste of it. -♪ Run away
while we’re running in circles ♪ ♪ Run away, run away ♪ ♪ I dare you to do something ♪ ♪ I’m waiting on you again ♪ ♪ So I don’t take the blame ♪ ♪ Run away
while we’re running in circle ♪ ♪ Run away ♪
-Oh, my gosh. Come on, dude!
[ Cheers and applause ] How does that feel?
That’s cool, right? -It feels good.
You know, on this next album, we’re doing a lot of cool,
very fresh type stuff. I’ve probably used the adjective
“fresh” for every single album or song that I’ve ever put out. -Well, it’s working,
so keep using it, man, yeah. Triple platinum. Does your ma —
I got to meet your mom. Does your mom —
-Yeah. -She’s awesome.
She’s beautiful. Hi, Mom.
Does she get to — Is she proud of you,
and like hang that stuff up? -I hope so.
[ Laughter ] -Yeah, she is.
But I mean, does she get to, like, hang the stuff
on the walls and stuff? -You know what?
I’m probably gonna end up, you know, giving her some
goodies for — You know, we’re figuring out
what she wants to do now, so… I hope she doesn’t come
and move to Utah with me, because I love her
but not that much. [ Laughter ] -You don’t want to live —
Yeah. It’s like, “Yeah, hey, Mom,
get your own place,” yeah. -Hey, Mom.
-No, but my mom would always, like, cut out articles
or anything — anything, any mention of me,
like, my mom would call me and be like,
“You were great on ‘Ellen.'” You know whenever I go,
she’d give me reviews. But that’s what moms are for,
right? -Oh, yeah. -Does she give you reviews
and say it’s good or bad. -She usually
never tells me it’s bad. She just says, “Oh, my God.
You did such a great job.” -See?
That’s what you need. [ Cheers and applause ]
-That’s what we want. Oh, Posty Fest.
-Sure. -Now, this is a giant hit,
and you’re gonna do it again. -Yes, sir.
-You’re doing this in November? And where are you doing this? -We’re doing it at AT&T Stadium, where God’s favorite
football team plays. -Oh, my gosh.
-The Dallas Cowboys. -Dude, that’s giant.
November 2nd. You’re doing —
-No, not Giants. -No, I said, “No, it is giant.”
-Oh, yeah. -“That is giant.”
[ Laughter ] Cowboys, yeah, I got you. I mean, that’s big, dude. -Yeah, hell yeah.
I’m excited. -It’s a hit.
-You know, this is — It’s kind of like —
kind of like dreams come true because, like,
my dad worked there for — That’s why I moved to Texas
from Upstate so, I mean — [ Cheers ] It feels good to be able to kind
of like play at AT&T Stadium. -Oh, yeah, I mean,
it’s not like a dive bar, but I love that you do both —
you do dive bars and stadiums. Good for you, man.
-Thank you so much.

100 thoughts on “Post Malone Previews “Circles” from His Unreleased Third Album

  1. I’ve been a metalhead my whole life. I don’t listen to rap or pop music, but this guy is unreal! Without doubt, one of the most talented musicians around…and he’s still a kid.

  2. Why in the fuck is this recomended don't watch faggets with tatooed face and the tonight show what the fuck is this crap don't suck dick would never watch

  3. It's amazing how you can put a $3,000 suit on Post Malone and he still looks freshly checked into rehab. Looks like he's about to stand trial for robbing a liquor store. Face tattoos, not the look.

  4. You know how when you get drunk and pass out and your buddy's draw all over your face that what looks like happens to him bad choice

  5. Post really said “its done, if anybody cares” 😂💀 my guy we’ve been waiting for this album, of course everyone cares.

  6. I am 40 yrs loder than Post Malone, and I do like his music. But i am more impressed with his manners, and how he carries himself. Give me more men like that. We need more like that.

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