Post Malone Songs Ranked

Austin Richard Post (born July 4, 1995), known professionally as Post Malone, is an American rapper, singer, and songwriter. Known for his variegated vocals, Malone has gained acclaim for blending genres and subgenres of hip hop, pop, R&B, and trap. His stage name was derived from inputting his birth name into a rap name generator. Among the best-selling music artists with over 80 million records sold, Malone has won 10 Billboard Music Awards, three American Music Awards, and one MTV Video Music Award, and received nine Grammy Award nominations. He holds several Billboard chart records: he is the first solo artist to top the Rap Airplay and Adult Contemporary charts, while “Circles” set the record for longest climb to number one (41 weeks) on the Adult Contemporary chart by a solo artist. Here are all of Post Malone songs ranked.

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10. Go Flex (Stoney 2016)

“Go Flex is a song that combines Trap Soul with Country music. It sounds so amazing. Post Malone is a very underrated artist who deserves more credit. This type of music suits him so well, it compliments his voice.”

9. Stay (Beerbongs & Bentleys, 2018)

“I love folk music and acoustic rock, but for some reason I can’t get into this song. It’s good, it is, but I always want to skip it. I don’t think it’s anymore special than his other stuff because it is clear that he can sing. I don’t understand why people act like he can only sing on this song. It’s not shocking that he sounds fantastic on styles likes this.”

8. Better Now (Beerbongs & Bentleys, 2018)

“Definitely one of the more pop tracks on the album. I really do like Post’s vocals on this track, but the lyrics are retreading old ground. There are already so many tracks about your failed/failing relationships, Posty.”

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7. Rich & Sad (Beerbongs & Bentleys, 2018)

“Sounds like a funeral at the beginning…then Post kicks in with his stylized opening lyrics and I’m captivated. There’s a lot singing styles going on here. I liked it. I’d rather be rich and sad than poor and sad, honestly.”

6. Rockstar (Beerbongs & Bentleys, 2018)

“I wasn’t vibing with this when I first heard it, now I dance to it like I’m at one of his shows doing my best/worst Hip Hop hand gestures. This song makes you do that. Sounds great at a huge party and has a good vibe, which is basically all that matter”

5. Circles (Hollywood’s Bleeding, 2019)

“This album does have a fair amount of experimentation. “Circles” may be the most obvious, as well as the best example of this. The bass groove during this tune is really good and is complemented by an acoustic percussion section. It is the closest thing that Post Malone could possibly make to a slow, relaxed R&B jam.”

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4. Congratulations (Stoney, 2016)

“Sure, the lyrics are nothing special. Basic rap-singing about finally coming up. Still amazing nonetheless, and a massive breath of fresh air from the usual lazy bragging/women-inspired noise flooding the mainstream airways.”

3. White Iverson (White Iverson, 2015)

“With ambient pads over smooth 808 drums and soft keys, this beat is ethereal as cloud trap gets. While the lyrics are nothing to write home about, the haunting and beautiful melody of this song, almost jazz-inspired, is extraordinary. I’d be lying if I said I didn’t get chills from that “I ain’t rich yet, but you know I ain’t broke, I” vocal melody at 1:00, and the way it just blended perfectly with the vast chords underneath.”

2. Sunflower (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, 2018)

“This song is just to good to be true. This song is the song you always want to sing to. It’s such a deep and meaningful song. This will go down as probably one of the greatest music of this generation.”

1. I Fall Apart (Stoney, 2016)

“Takes you so deep! This is the song which is always struck in your head and plays in loop. Sick flow and makes me fall apart down to my core every damn time. Its not even Hip hop, but it’s SO GOOD, one of the best songs of last decade.”