14 Songs, 50 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

From the opening desert-guitar strums of “Broken Whiskey Glass”, it’s clear that Post Malone’s worldview extends beyond rap. On his hazy, ruminative debut album, Stoney, the Texas-raised musician comfortably rhymes alongside Quavo on the unabashedly joyful “Congratulations”. He then pivots into the post-fame melancholy of “Go Flex”, where he sings over aching guitars rather than exuberant hip-hop production. That weight lingers on his shoulders even on the tranquil, trap-infused folk of “I Fall Apart”.

EDITORS’ NOTES

From the opening desert-guitar strums of “Broken Whiskey Glass”, it’s clear that Post Malone’s worldview extends beyond rap. On his hazy, ruminative debut album, Stoney, the Texas-raised musician comfortably rhymes alongside Quavo on the unabashedly joyful “Congratulations”. He then pivots into the post-fame melancholy of “Go Flex”, where he sings over aching guitars rather than exuberant hip-hop production. That weight lingers on his shoulders even on the tranquil, trap-infused folk of “I Fall Apart”.

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