DJ Five Venoms Shares How New Banger ‘Replay’ Brings ‘That Energy’ Ahead Of Rolling Loud’s Return

DJ Five Venoms Shares How New Banger ‘Replay’ Brings ‘That Energy’ Ahead Of Rolling Loud’s Return







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DJ Five Venoms – the official DJ of the Rolling Loud– tells HL EXCLUSIVELY who he’s excited to see when the festival returns, how wild it got filming his new ‘Replay’ video, and more.

If it looks like DJ Five Venoms is really having a blast in the “Replay” music video, that’s because he is. “We shot the video probably about a month ago in Orlando,” he tells HollywoodLife during an EXCLUSIVE interview. After connecting with the track’s collaborators – “I had Cliff Savage fly in, and Moe already lives in Orlando, so we just set it up” – filming began at the Beacham nightclub, and from there, things got wild. In fact, they got wildlife, with one of DJ Five Venom’s pet snakes making a cameo at the start of the visual. “It was definitely a fun video to shoot. A lot of is real footage of us partying at the club and then in the studio and everything,” he shares during the chat.

“I just wanted to make it as real as possible for the actual belief. And then we just doubled down and filmed at the release party for the single. So it’s like me DJing and the crowd and bottles and having a good time,” he adds. As a take on The Hangover, “Replay” follows the adventures of DJ Five Venoms and Cliff searching for their lost friend, Moe. “So, I’m going through my phone, and we had pictures and videos from the club that night, and it just flashes back to us being in the club partying with everybody. Then we go to the studio and record ‘Replay.’”

“Replay” is the perfect club banger for those hoping for a redo after 2020, capturing that under-the-skin urge, that energy, that’s been building up for the past 14-plus months. “I’ve been sending out custom drops to other DJs from across the country, and I’ve been getting really good reactions from them,” DJ Five Venom shares. “They’re like, ‘Oh, this is perfect for the summer. This is perfect for the club. I can’t wait to play it.’ But that energy of being in the club is definitely what we were trying to capitalize with that song. I’ve actually been holding onto that song for about a year now for that reason. Waiting for the clubs and everything to open back up.”


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“The clubs around Miami are opening,” he adds.  New York, LA, Texas, so a lot of cities are back. I have friends going overseas now that are going back to DJing parties, festivals are definitely in full swing now. I think music is going to be a big part of us getting back to normal — new music and that type of energy.”

Expect to feel that energy at Rolling Loud. After a year away, due to the COVID-19 pandemic shutting down everything, the hip-hop festival comes back with a vengeance, with its Miami iteration kicking things off on July 23. The lineup for the three-day event, headlined by A$AP Rocky, Travis Scott , and Post Malone, is stacked. Megan Thee Stallion, Rick Ross, DaBaby, 21 Savage, City Girls, Roddy Ricch, Swae Lee, Lil Durk, Polo G, Rick Ross, Jack Harlow, T-Pain, and Flo Milli are literally just a few of the stars playing this event, which also boasts Bobby Smurda as a special guest.

“Definitely full energy, full cranked to the red,” Five Venoms says of Rolling Loud Miami. “We put the lineup together to create that. That’s always our goal with any of our festivals and our experiences to have that high energy. That’s what people come to Rolling Loud for. Me as a DJ, for my set, that’s my goal is to have all that energy coming out of the fan. That’s what they’re there. They’re there to jump up and down and scream. And so creating that through me DJing, playing music, and having them sing the words of the song to playing their favorite song as loud as possible is definitely the goal.”

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Five Venoms will be DJing throughout the weekend, and he reassures HollywoodLife that there’s no “turntable rust” on him. “I mean, for me, it’s kind of jumping back on the bike. You know, I haven’t ridden a bike in a year or so, so you got to knock the dust off, and it should be back to normal. We’re hoping.”

Five Venoms also noted that this is going to be an interesting trial run, of sorts. “We’re, I believe, the first full capacity festival back in the United States, so we’re dealing with people not knowing exactly how everything’s going to run,” he says. “But we’ve been working with the city, and everything looks like it’s going to run pretty smooth. We’re just trying to create the best experience for the fans to come out and have a good time and enjoy [and] see their favorite artists.”

And who is Five Venoms looking forward to seeing once Rolling Loud lights up Miami? “I’m excited to see Lil Baby,” the DJ shares. “I think he’s one of the dopest artists out right now. Travis [Scott] always puts on a crazy show. If you haven’t seen any of his shows, that’s the one set that you have to see at Rolling Loud because he always does something amazing.

Post Malone always throws a great set. Gunna, Young Thug, I mean, it’s just like you go down the list to like the newer guys like Spotemgottem that blew up during COVID and people necessarily haven’t seen. Rick Ross, he’s like a legend in Miami that always throws a great set and performs amazingly. So, you definitely have a mixture of artists from all over the country coming in to perform, but there’s going to be a lot of dope energy. There’s a little bit of everything for everybody other than hip-hop too.”

Rolling Loud may not just be the comeback of festivals in the COVID era – it might also be the launching pad for some young artists who are ready to take the turn in the spotlight. Festivals are known for making new stars, and today’s opener could be tomorrow’s headline. When asked which artist might be the breakout star at Rolling Loud Miami, Five Venoms named a handful of acts that have been percolating just out of the mainstream but are on the verge of becoming huge.

“Oh man– Duke Deuce is a guy that’s really buzzing right now. He’s coming up, he’s getting a lot of notoriety. Bfb Da Packman, he just dropped a project,” he says. “He’s getting a lot of notoriety. KenTheMan, she’s an amazing artist. I actually DJ’ed for her a few months ago when we did our Rolling Loud live stream on Twitch. But she’s an amazing artist, and her sets are going to be insane. Ah, who else? I missed so many. Fredo Bang, he’s amazing.”

“And there’s a lot,” continues the DJ. BigKayBeezy–There’s a lot of other guys… Like Rubi Rose and… There’s a lot of new artists that have never performed at Rolling Loud. A lot of these guys have in some fashion, if not at the Miami, at our New York or LA or Bay Area show. But it’s a lot of up-and-coming artists on the lineup that definitely I think, towards the next 12 months, are going to be household names by a certain point.”

Helping make DJ Five Venoms a “household name” – at least, to those who happen to walk through the heart of Manhattan – he recently had the distinct honor of having his own billboard, advertising “Replay,” in Times Square. “I was amazed,” he tells HollywoodLife. “A good friend of mine helped set that up for me. I wasn’t sure exactly where it would be because he was like, ‘Yeah, I got you. You got the billboards up on times square.’ And I’m like, ‘Cool.’ I’ve always seen that billboards, some of them are directly in the middle of it, some of them are off to the side in a corner somewhere. I didn’t really know. And when I got there, he said, ‘Oh yeah, it’s going to show up on this one right here.” It’s dead center, right in the middle of the intersection. I’m like, ‘Holy crap.’ There are just thousands of people.”

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“My friends from New York are like, ‘Bro, we haven’t seen Times Square like this in a while either because COVID it was like a ghost town,’ they said. The energy was really good. There are guys driving dirt bikes down doing wheelies, and there are people everywhere taking pictures, shooting videos, tourists everywhere. So, the energy was really high out there, and next thing I know, my face is on the screen, and the ‘Replay’ artwork is up there.”

“It was definitely amazing,” adds DJ Five Venoms. “It was something that I’d never thought I would do. Just like in thinking of it, but I’m trying to get the most exposure as possible for this record and myself, and it seemed like a cool idea. So it was amazing. It was definitely a bucket list to tell guys, ‘Yeah, I’m at Times Square, boys.’ It’s crazy.”

Replay” is out now. Rolling Loud Miami takes place July 23-25. For more info on the New York and Southern California events, click here.

Post Malone Spends $1.6 Million On New Smile With Diamond Vampire Fangs — Before & After Pics

Post Malone Spends $1.6 Million On New Smile With Diamond Vampire Fangs — Before & After Pics

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Post Malone posed with a big smile that showed off his brand new teeth after getting them reconstructed with porcelain veneers that are framed in diamonds over the weekend.

Post Malone, 25, is proudly showing off new teeth after transforming them with a $1.6 million look that includes a set of diamond fangs. The rapper showed off his full set of choppers while posing with his mouth open and a cigarette between them in a brand new black and white photo posted to the Instagram page of Thomas Connelly, DDS. The post included a caption with the details of the work her had done and it’s certainly impressive. Check out the pic HERE!

“Post Malone completed his $1,600,000 smile reconstruction last weekend !!.  With a smile that shows off natural Porcelain Veneer work framed with 2 Diamond Fangs with a total weight of 12 Carats, Post Malone literally has $1 million smile!!!” the caption read.

Post Malone smiling before he had his latest dental work done. (Shutterstock)

“A collaborative between Dr. Connelly, @_naoki_hayashi_ , along with Isaac Bokhoor and his team of Diamond Cutters @bichachi_diamonds_la and Setters @angelcityjewelers,” the caption continued. “Post Malone’s epic ICE smile has set a new precedent in the music world of who has the most ‘Drip’.”

Post has yet to share pics or videos of his new smile on his own social media but we can guarantee he’ll be doing so in no time. The musician is known for fearlessly being creative with his appearance and has gotten a lot of attention with his large amount of tattoos, including the ones on his face, over the years. Some of the ink includes the words “Stay Away” one his right eyebrow and the words “Always” and “Tired” under his right and left eye, respectively.

Post Malone is known for being creative with his appearance and also proudly has face tattoos. (Shutterstock)

“I tried to do something that’s relatively the same length of letters,” he told Capital Xtra‘s Tim Westwood about his face tattoos in July 2018. “I guess ‘always’ is more letters than ‘tired,’ but I was tired so I didn’t realize.” He also has art of barbed wire across his forehead, a sword on his right cheek, and the Playboy bunny on his face. “Anything to piss my mom off,” he joked about the collection.


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Swae Lee Reveals There Will Be A Lizzo Collab On SremmLife 4: ‘We’re Saving Summer 2021’

Swae Lee Reveals There Will Be A Lizzo Collab On SremmLife 4: ‘We’re Saving Summer 2021’

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Swae Lee dropped a major bombshell about SremmLife 4 in an EXCLUSIVE interview with HL — there will be a collab with Lizzo!

It might have been the Ciroc Citrus, or the Miami heat, but Swae Lee didn’t hold back from dishing some exciting scoop about the highly-anticipated SremmLife 4 from Rae Sremmurd! “We’ve got a couple artists on there,” Swae admitted in an exclusive interview with HollywoodLife, while discussing his upcoming performance for Ciroc’s “Sounds Of Summer” in Miami. “One of the ones I’m most excited about… I hope Slim Jxmmi, don’t be mad at me… but we got a song with Lizzo. It is just super banging. Like, it’s Lizzo.” This is going to be so epic!

Swae added that the brother duo is “trying to save summer” with the release of the album that is in its “final steps.” “We’ve got just a couple more verses,” he told HL. “We’re trying to balance our life in the studio and just get it all mixed down, get some videos shot. But it’s a non-stop process, like every day we work.”

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The “Be Like That” rapper continued, “As soon as we finish these videos, finish all the add-ins, get the mixes, we’re going to bless the summer.” Swae, who just went 12x Platinum for his collab with Post Malone, “Sunflower,” also opened up about performing as a solo artist versus alongside his brother in Rae Sremmurd. “I feel like just most of my legendary songs that I did with my band, and with my brother we just have a certain energy. We put out an up-tempo, fun show,” he explained. “When I do my solo show, it’s more melodic, and smooth, it just makes you feel good.”

After we long break from live performances due to the COVID pandemic, Swae Lee is ready to get back on the stage, as he was just announced as a performer for the upcoming Rolling Loud and Coachella festivals. However, before either of those, he will be taking over the Miami Waterfront this Saturday, June 5th, in partnership with CIROC and their “Sounds Of Summer” mobile experience. The pop-up performance will offer fans the chance to also experience a signature “Citrus Drip” CIROC flavor inspired by Swae Lee at Miami’s very own Mr. Kream all summer long!


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Lil Baby Salutes First Responders & Other ‘Rockstars’ In The Energy Drink’s Super Bowl Ad

Lil Baby Salutes First Responders & Other ‘Rockstars’ In The Energy Drink’s Super Bowl Ad







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From the fashion line to the front line in the fight against COVID, Lil Baby and Rockstar salute those putting in the ‘hustle’ and hard work to succeed in life.

There are plenty of “rock stars” out there, especially in the world of rap (DaBaby, Post Malone, and Ty Yaweh spring to mind.) But, what about the “rockstars” putting in extra hours in the shop, or putting in extra reps at the gym, or pushing themselves harder to make their dreams a reality? These superstars-in-the-making are at the forefront of Rockstar Energy’s commercial for Super Bowl LV. In the spot, airing during the big game on Feb. 7, Lil Baby commands an audience while bathing in the applause – and the glow of his own success.

“I wasn’t born in the spotlight,” says the rapper. “I had to grind to shine.” From there, the commercial highlights Rockstar Energy pro skateboard Chris Joslin taking a nasty fall…only to pick himself up, try again, and nail the trick. The spot also features 100 Thieves founder and CEO, Nadeshot, and other “rockstars” like college students, tattoo artists, and a first responder.

Drink it in.

“When Rockstar approached me about this Super Bowl ad, I knew right away that I wanted to be a part of it,” said Lil Baby in a press release about the spot. “It’s all about the hard work and hustle that it takes to succeed. Some people think I had instant success, but they don’t understand how hard I worked. I know what it’s like to fall flat and how it feels when your energy is tapped. I still hustle every day to make my music and share it with my fans. Rockstar Energy helps me do that.”

“PepsiCo has always seen the potential of Rockstar Energy as a cultural leader,” said Fabiola Torres, PepsiCo Chief Marketing Officer and Senior Vice President of the Energy Category, in the press release. “2021 will be a pivotal moment for the brand as it deepens its cultural connections in the worlds of music and sports. Super Bowl is just the start of several milestone moments where we’ll be reenergizing not only Rockstar Energy’s core fans but also a whole new group of energy drinkers, as we celebrate the journey of those who put in the work. Energy beverages have unlimited potential for us, and this is only the beginning.”

The spotlight is for all the rockstars.

The spot — created and directed by Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, and Grammy-winning director Dave Meyers – marks the kickoff of Rockstar Energy’s Spotlight campaign. There are additional activations planned for the year, which is shaping to be a big one for the brand. Rockstar Energy was acquired by PepsiCo last year, and it’s introducing “new creative, fresh packaging, and dialed-up digital components, including brand website and social channels,” per a press release.


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Post Malone Tattoos & Their Meanings — See Pics

Post Malone Tattoos & Their Meanings — See Pics

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Post Malone is known for two things: hit songs and tattoos. Here’s a look at the ‘Circle’ singer’s most famous tattoos, and the meaning behind some of his ever-growing ink.

A bloody buzzsaw. The Ace of spades. A string of barb wire. The Anheuser-Busch eagle. The Motorhead snaggletooth logo. This is not just what someone might see when hanging out in your neighborhood metalhead’s garage: are also a partial list of the tattoos covering the body of one Austin Richard Post, better known to the world as Post Malone. Since breaking out in 2015 with his song “White Iverson,” Post has become one of the biggest hip hop/rock stars in the world, and it seems that with every new level of success, he gets a dozen more tattoos.

“I’m a ugly-ass motherfucker,” Post told GQ in a March 2020 feature, explaining while his ink, specifically the growing litany of designs on his face. Post has decorated his face with a variety of ink, including a string of barbed wire on his brow, an abstract design tattooed on his left temple, and the words “Always Tired” underneath his eyes.  “It does maybe come from a place of insecurity,” Post told GQ, “to where I don’t like how I look, so I’m going to put something cool on there so I can look at myself and say, ‘You look cool, kid,’ and have a modicum of self-confidence, when it comes to my appearance.”

As of 2021, Post still has plenty of untattooed skin on his body, so it seems almost impossible to keep track of them all. The count varies, from 65(!) to somewhere in the low 70s. Before it’s all said and done, Post will likely have more than a hundred tattoos, so here’s a look at some of the more significant pieces of body art adoring Malone’s body.

Post Malone’s Tattoo Of A Playboy Bunny

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You always remember your first, right? “I mean, all of these, really, are spur of the moment,” Post said in a 2016 interview with GQ. During the interview, a young Post talked about how Justin Bieber was the one who inspired him to get tattooed. Justin was influential in helping Post out in the early days of his career (Post opened up for Bieber on the Purpose tour, and the two have been close ever since.) “[Justin] was in the studio and I was like, ‘hey man. Does that hurt?’” said Post. Spoiler alert: it does. During the convo, Post revealed his first tattoo was the Playboy bunny logo on his left arm.

“I was playing basketball with Justin Bieber while it was healing,” he said. During the game, Justin seemingly bumped into the design. “He just messed up the whole thing,” said Post. “But it still looks really tight. It looks like magma. Justin did apologize but, he’s going to have to buy me a new one.”

Post Malone’s Tattoo Of Lil Peep
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Post Malone was devastated when Lil Peep (Gustav Elijah Åhr) passed away in 2017 after an accidental overdose of fentanyl and Xanax. “In the short time that I knew you, you were a great friend to me and a great person,” he said in a statement issued to Billboard. “Your music changed the world and it’ll never be the same. I love you, bud. Forever.” To honor his friend, Post got a Lil Peep portrait tattoo on his left arm, right next to a tattoo of another of his musical heroes, Nirvana’s Kurt Cobain.

Post Malone’s Tattoo Of Stay Away
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Lil Peep and Kurt Cobain are a running theme when it comes to Post’s tattoos. “The ‘Stay Away’ is inspired by Peep’s ‘Cry Baby’ tattoo,” Post said in a 2020 follow-up with GQ about his growing ink. “I thought it was tough as sh-t. I picked one of my favorite Nirvana songs and put it on my face.”

Post Malone’s Tattoo Of Nevermind On His Palm

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Seriously, Post Malone loves Nirvana. He performed a Nirvana tribute concert in April 2020 to help raise money for the UN Foundation’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund and did a fairly awesome job at covering the songs. As he was blasting through “On A Plain,” “Drain You,” “Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge On Seattle,” and the aforementioned “Drain You,” Post gripped his guitar with the

Post Malone’s Tattoo Of George Harrison, Elvis & More
Post Malone’s hands. You can see the George Harrison tattoo. (AP)
Post Malone’s other hand, featuring Stevie Ray, Kurt Cobain, and Elvis (AP)

“It’s all [a gallery] of my favorite artists that have passed,” Malone told GQ in 2016 while showing off his finger tattoos. At the time, Post only had Pantera’s Dimebag Darrell, John Lennon, Kurt Cobain, and Elvis tattooed on his hands. “I’m about to do all ten. I’m going to get Jim Morrison and George Harrison next to John and everything. Without these guys, I wouldn’t be making music right now.” It appears that Post had a change of mind about The Doors’ lead singer, choosing instead to get Stevie Ray Vaughn and rapper Bankroll Fresh inked on his fingers. He did go through with the George Harrison portrait, though.

Post Malone’s Tattoo Of Always Tired

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Why does Post Malone have “Always Tired” underneath his eyes? “’cause I’m always tired,” Post said in 2020. “I’m always touring, always working, not taking care of myself the way that I need to. I figured it was just very fitting for how I felt.” It turns out that these tattoos under his eyes were the only face designs that hurt the “Rockstar” rapper. “This one took a while, and it was like getting poked on your eyebrow through your eyelid.”

Post Malone’s Tattoo Of Nevermind On A Sword On His Face

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“So, I got the sword on my face,” Post said in the 2020 follow-up with GQ. In the four years since the first installment, Post had gotten a ton of face tattoos, including a claymore on the right side of his face. “Swords are f-cking awesome, and I’ve always been into them since I was a little kid. I figured, what better to make my mom mad than a nice big claymore on my face?”

Post Malone’s Tattoo Of A Metal Gauntlet

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If Post’s mother was upset over the sword tattooed on his face, she probably wasn’t thrilled when Post added a metal gauntlet holding a spiked flail. “It hurt like a motherf-cker,” Post told TMZ. “It’s like a gauntlet and a flail… it’s like a big spiked ball on a chain, it’s pretty brutal. Finally, I said fuck it, let’s do it.”

Post Malone’s Tattoo Of A Bloody Buzzsaw

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With the claymore and the gauntlet on his right side, Post decided to tattoo on the left side of his face with some heavy metal. Instead of sticking with the medieval theme, Post went in a more “contemporary hardware store” direction by debuting a bloody buzzsaw blade in February 2020. The tattoo artist behind the work, Ruben Reza, shared a behind the scenes look at the ink in July 2020, showing fans what it looked like before it was colored it.

Post Malone’s Tattoo Of A Japanese Design
Post Malone’s waves. (AP)

Post has plenty of tattoos from different tattoo artists, most of which are his close friends. While Post was in Japan for the 2018 Fuji Rock Festival, tattoo artist Ganji — who has done many of his designs —  tattooed some ink on the left side of Post’s head. The ink resembles Japanese finger waves.

Post Malone’s Tattoo Of A Cow’s Skull On His Neck

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“It’s a cow skull. There’s really nothing to it,” he told GQ in 2020. “I just [thought] it would be cool, and I do it. People zoom in, and they say it looks like an old man’s butt. I don’t see it. It’s all about perspective.”

Post Malone’s Tattoo Of A Smiley Face
No, it’s not a Marshmello tattoo (AP)

“I have an accidental Marshmello tattoo,” Post said during the 2020 GQ interview. “I was going to do a ‘smiley face,’ but I was like, ‘oh, what if he has x’s for his eyes. And then, I looked in the mirror, and it’s f-cking Marshmello’s helmet on his face.” Hey, for all we know, Marshmello has a Post Malone tattoo on his face. There could be anything underneath that helmet.

Post Malone’s Tattoo Of A Texas Flag Skull
Don’t mess with Texas. (AP)

“I have this nice Texas flag skull,” Post said to GQ while showing off the design. The skull bears the Texas flag across its cranium, an obvious reference to Post’s upbringing. Though he was born in Syracuse, New York, Malone’s family moved down to Grapevine, Texas, when he was nine years old. The design was done by tattoo artist Yeyo Mondragon in 2016.

Post Malone’s Tattoo Of A Skull…On His Skull

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Post’s love of Nirvana is unquestioned. Everyone knows that. However, he might be a low-key Misfits fan, considering how many skulls are tattooed on his body. When Post shaved his head in June 2020, fans were shocked by the sudden hair makeover. Others were also surprised to see the giant skull tattooed on the side of his head.

It was just the latest – and probably, not the last – skull inked on his skin. In addition to the skull on his skull, Post has a “centurion-type skull” on his elbow, a skeletal demon samurai on his right arm, a Cold War-era skull-and-crossbones “Kill a Commie For Mommy” design below his left nipple, a skeletal riot cop (“to serve and protect”) on his left thigh, and a skull in a headdress on his ankle. Even Glen Danzig would say, that’s a lot of skulls.

Post Malone’s Tattoo Of Barbed Wire
Barbed Wire, all across Post’s brow (AP)

There are some themes to Post’s tattoos. He loves skulls. He loves paying homage to his musical heroes (he also has tattoos of Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash.) He loves guns (he has a handful of tattoos related to the U.S. Constitution’s second amendment.) As indicated by the tattoos on his knuckles and the string of barbed wire over his brow, he also loves barbed wire. “I just think barbed wire is cool,” he told GQ in 2020. “And it was a cool idea to do it as a trim [to his hairline],” he said. “I’m going to regret it when I start balding. Hopefully, I can up-do my whole head. Maybe next time we talk, I’ll have my whole head tattooed.” With the way things are going, that seems very, very likely.


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Yelawolf – Bloody Sunday Freestyle Lyrics

[Intro]
Yelawolf
Catfish Billy
M.W.A. Ghetto Cowboy, motherfucker
Brian Jones

[Verse]
Yeah, never had to walk away from anybody
Always been a body from the jump
Yeah, never been a hater, never gave a fuck about a hater
Never been a punk
Yeah, been an innovator, fuck an imitator
Drop another hot potato son
Take ’em back to feed my park
With Baby D and the Kings of Crunk
Rest in Peace Grip Plyaz, Speakerfoxxx, and Lenny’s Bar
Rest in Peace, Zoo, you ain’t dead but to me you are
Still Dixie Mafia bitch, still waving that flag, I’m
New South in everything I drop, whether I sing or rap, ask Dax
Suit up, you gonna need a haz-mat
Leaving these fuckers chewed up
Like a muskrat in a backpack
I’ll hang up the Ku Klux and I ain’t got to act black
I’ll crack a cracker like I crack a plastic bag of Cracker Jacks
Pull up your bra, quit spilling your guts
You better cork your bo-ttle
You feeling yourself, like jerking off to my tunes
You willing to bet, I’ll make a splash like pot-holes
After it rains, with your name just like a snot nose
You’ll be running, trying to escape what’s coming
But the exits blocked, you’re fucked, oh to be a woman
There’s only one Michael Wayne, there’s only one Klever
As for the other white boy from Gadsden (pst), whatever
You’re welcome, now take that petty diss and run with it
Fuck around and I’ll surround you like circumferences
You build a house of hate around what I have brung to this
Game, I’ll make that place your home
Like the Sons of Mumford did
Lame, I’m all the way up, woke, turnt
You think you flame, you all the way suck, choke, burnt
Bitch I’m on fire like holiday nuts, holding firm
You want the go, I’m all the way buck, you’ll learn
Hop in the backseat bitch, Hip-Hop is snoozing
You could use an Uber, like a student pupil
I’m a teacher, reach ya hand for the ruler, I’ma bruise your ego
Abuse and move onto the hall, against the wall stupid
Who’s the man? Who’s the tutor?
Letters flying till the ghetto crying
The police are saying now, “Who’s the shooter?”
Here I go, with a trenchcoat and a black rifle
Ten toes down up like a light pole
Middle finger up like a Black Rhino’s horn
I was born for the storm, I’m at home in a shit cyclone
Never let bygones be bygones
Rather I’d say, “See ya later, adios”, bitch
Rapping obese is just bygone
Never thought the culture that I loved would be this sleazy
His videos all look alike, no wonder they can’t see me
Is this the guy that said he was the hottest white boy
Since the one with dyed blonde hair, what the fuck
Hold up, G… easy
I can’t let this Tom Cruise lookin’ motherfucker just paddle by
Don’t know if I’m watching Vanilla Ice or Vanilla Sky
Marshall Mathers may have ignored you
But if you want the smoke, bring the foil
I’ll boil you till the kettle’s dry
Have a nice day suave
I’m a different breed, I’m a wolf, OK?
Got so many styles I could be a wardrobe boy
So little boy flows some O.J poured in the glass
With your buttermilk pancakes
Mama’s little helper, daddy’s little bae
Put the bae bae kids in my Chevrolet
Brought the pepper spray and a banana for AKs
Bitch holler, “Mayday, mayday”
Then take it to the bank, it’s another payday
Oh you a baller, well take the ball and
Let me here kick that shit Pelé
The nerve of the shit they say, I’m permanently amazed
And your whiskey sucks, fuckin’ one sip
I wanted to go straight back to AA
Who else? I would diss Post Malone but he don’t even rap
Fuck it, fuck Post Malone, just because
Let’s see if he answers back
All that change, tits, and funk chill bill
And the cowboy boots and hats
Damn Postie, why can’t we be friends?
Our clothes already match
Poser, biter, appropriation thief
Give a fuck how many records you sold
Every fan you made is a leaf off of my tree
Boy you’re my seed, another mullet in the gang
With the teeth I see
I just picked a bone with Post Malone
And did it all on a Beastside beat
Dribble through the middle up
Crossover on ’em like I’m in the NBA
Look I don’t really give a fuck
Tell me what do I gotta lose anyway
Still mobbin’ in the pickup
Threw a middle finger out the window when I wave
Trunk Muzik III bruh, you gon’ know how I feel about MGK
Beethoven is rolling over in his grave
Cause I’m a conductor anaconda
With the musical energy, electrical wave
Prodigy of an anomaly, Shady
Bumping daily something crazy, someone save me
Nothing made me something baby
No one’s playing, fuck you pay me

[Outro]
Trunk Muzik III

Post Malone “Don’t Call Me A Rapper But Still Listen To My Raps”

Post Malone don’t want to be called a rapper anymore but he still wants you to listen to his raps.

The “Rockstar” rapper got some heat on Twitter this week after making the statement during an interview with GQ. Post Malone spoke about his struggles being a white rapper in the music industry, which might have influenced him to making the statement on not wanting to be labeled a rapper anymore. Nevertheless, he currently has the No. 3 song on Billboard Hot 100.

“I definitely feel like there’s a struggle being a white rapper,” Post Malone said. “But I don’t want to be a rapper. I just want to be a person that makes music. I make music that I like and I think that kicks ass, that I think the people who f**k with me as a person and as an artist will like.”

That statement triggered a backlash on Twitter and some fans told him directly to just quit hip hop all entirely and make another genre of music. Some folks sees it as a double standard where he wants to not be labeled as a rapper but at the same time he puts out a tone of new music that’s hardcore rap. So the main takaway here is that he can’t have it both ways, although some fans can be a bit too critical of artists on social media.

post malone – doesn’t wanna be called a rapper

post malone – raps, raps over typically rap beats, features rappers, uses slang and accents popular in rap music

“guys it’s been so hard for me don’t box me in”

— thatgweilo (@grimskeeter) January 26, 2018

He could’ve done alternative rock, tanked, & realized he was wack. Instead, he chose rap since white, hip hop audiences have a penchant for going crazy over mediocre, European-American rappers.

— X (@XLNB) January 26, 2018

A queer Black woman innovated rock n roll in the 1940’s

A Black woman was behind the sugar hill gang who put hip hop on the map in 1979

The Post Malone article doesn’t surprise me. It’s the same erasure of culture that’s been happening since the dawn of modern music. ?????

— |L I Z Z O| (@lizzo) January 27, 2018

If you sit there and try to tell me Meek Mill is trash but you listen to Post Malone im done talking to your simple ass ???

— The Saint Laurent Seal (@josh_vickerson3) January 27, 2018

post Malone too busy featuring in everyone else’s songs he forgot about his album leave him alone so he can drop his damn album please

— Uchiha (@Zyphree_) January 26, 2018

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White Sand

Lyrics to ‘White Sand’ by Migos:

It has arrived. After teasing us with various records & details over the past few months, the Migos finally released their highly anticipated sophomore album today called Culture 2. Laced with a whopping 24 songs in total, the project features contributions from some of the biggest name in hip hop, including Drake, Pharrell, Kanye West, Gucci Mane, Big Sean, Nicki Minaj, Metro Boomin, Cardi B, Post Malone, and many more.

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Post Malone, Quavo & Metro Boomin – Congratulations (On Late Night With Seth Meyers) (Live)

[Intro]
Mm-mmm
Yeah, yeah
Mm-mmm
Yeah

[Hook: Post Malone]
My momma called, seen you on TV, son
Said shit done changed ever since we was on
I dreamed it all ever since I was young
They said I wouldn’t be nothing
Now they always say congratulations
Worked so hard, forgot how to vacation
They ain’t never had the dedication
People hatin’, say we changed and look, we made it
Yeah, we made it

[Verse 1: Post Malone]
They was never friendly, yeah
Now I’m jumping out the Bentley, yeah
And I know I sound dramatic, yeah
But I know I had to have it, yeah
For the money, I’m a savage, yeah
I be itching like a addict, yeah
I’m surrounded, twenty bad bitches, yeah
But they didn’t know me last year, yeah
Everyone wanna act like they important
(Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
But all that mean nothing when I saw my dough, yeah
(Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
Everyone countin’ on me, drop the ball, yeah
(Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
Everything custom like I’m at the border, yeah, yeah
If you fuck with winning, put your lighters to the sky
How could I make sense when I got millions on my mind?
Coming with that bullshit, I just put it to the side
Balling since a baby, they could see it in my eyes

[Hook: Post Malone]
My momma called, seen you on TV, son
Said shit done changed ever since we was on
I dreamed it all ever since I was young
They said I wouldn’t be nothing
Now they always say congratulations
Worked so hard, forgot how to vacation
They ain’t never had the dedication
People hatin’, say we changed and look we made it
Yeah, we made it

[Verse 2: Quavo]
I was patient, yeah, oh
I was patient, aye, oh
Now I can scream that we made it
Now everyone, everywhere I go, they say ‘gratulations
Young nigga, young nigga, graduation
I pick up the rock and I ball, baby
I’m looking for someone to call, baby
But right now, I got a situation
Never old Ben-Ben Franklins
Big rings, champagne
My life is like a ball game
But instead, I’m in the trap though
Pot so big, call it Super Bowl
Super Bowl, call the hoes, get in the Rolls
Top-floor lifestyle, Huncho and Post
Malone, I gotta play on my phone, aye
You know what I’m on, aye
Huncho Houdini is gone, aye

[Hook: Post Malone]
My momma called, seen you on TV, son
Said shit done changed ever since we was on
I dreamed it all ever since I was young
They said I wouldn’t be nothing
Now they always say congratulations
Worked so hard, forgot how to vacation
They ain’t never had the dedication
People hatin’, say we changed and look we made it
Yeah, we made it

[Outro]
(Hey, hey
Hey, hey
Hey, hey
Hey, hey)

Post Malone – White Iverson (Remix) (feat. French Montana & Rae Sremmurd)

[Intro: French Montana + Post Malone]
You know what it is when you hear that, haaaaan?
Double OT
Post Malone
I’m a new breed
Montana! Montana, haaan

[Verse 1: French Montana]
I’m surfin’, surfin’, I’m surfin’ on you
Wavy, I’m wavy, I’m wavy on you
Started from the block, yeah I was broke, I
Didn’t give me no choice but slingin’ that coca
Dealt with the hand I was dealt like poker
Came back with the 4, 5 like Michael Jordan, like Jordan
Started rappin’, they was laughin’
Bought a spaceship, bought a mansion, with J-Lo in the Hamptons
Now I’m dancin’, I bought me a crib with a lake
Purple drank like grape, bitch jump off like Blake
Diamonds lookin’ like steak
They ain’t gettin’ real money, since I was so young
Montana!

[Hook: Post Malone]
Saucin’, saucin’, I’m saucin’ on you
I’m swaggin’, I’m swaggin’, I’m swaggin’ oh ooh
I’m ballin’, I’m ballin’, Iverson on you
Watch out, watch out, watch out, yeah
That’s my shot, that’s my shot, that’s my shot, yeah
Spendin’, I’m spendin’ all my fuckin’ pay

[Verse 2: Post Malone]
Cigarettes and a headband
Commas, commas in my head, man
Slumped over like a dead man
Red and black, ’bout my bread, man
I’m the answer, never question
Lace up, learn a lesson
Bitch I’m saucin’, I do this often, don’t do no talkin’
My options right when I walk in, jump all them Jordans
I’m ballin’, money jumpin’
Like I’m Davis from New Orleans
Or bitch I’m Harden, I don’t miss nothin’
Fuck practice, this shit just happens, know y’all can’t stand it
I have it, I’ll never pass it, I work my magic
High average, ball on these bastards, it makes me happy
It’s tragic, I make it happen, and all y’all Shaqtin’

[Pre-Hook: Post Malone]
White Iverson
When I started ballin’ I was young
You gon’ think about me when I’m gone
I need that money like the ring I never won, I won

[Hook: Post Malone]
Saucin’, saucin’, I’m saucin’ on you
I’m swaggin’, I’m swaggin’, I’m swaggin’ oh ooh
I’m ballin’, I’m ballin’, Iverson on you
Watch out, watch out, watch out, yeah
That’s my shot, that’s my shot, that’s my shot, yeah
Spendin’, I’m spendin’ all my fuckin’ pay

[Verse 3: Slim Jimmy]
Yeah, Slim Jimmy
I spend it as I get it, I’m ballin’ with no limits
Fuck practice, I’m the illest livin’
Ain’t no games or gimmicks, I’m defyin’ physics
Flyin’ through the air, saucin’ with the hair, SKRRT SKRRT
Matte black Range, big diamond earrings
Keep a nigga on his game, I’m ballin’ like AI
Somewhere in LA, hot, secret Sunday, I
Blowin’ all the bank
Young, Iverson
When I started ballin’ I was young
I need that money like them rings I never won
I need that money for them rings I never won
SremmLife!

[Pre-Hook: Post Malone]
White Iverson
When I started ballin’ I was young
You gon’ think about me when I’m gone
I need that money like the ring I never won, I won

[Hook: Post Malone]
Saucin’, saucin’, I’m saucin’ on you
I’m swaggin’, I’m swaggin’, I’m swaggin’ oh ooh
I’m ballin’, I’m ballin’, Iverson on you
Watch out, watch out, watch out, yeah
That’s my shot, that’s my shot, that’s my shot, yeah
Spendin’, I’m spendin’ all my fuckin’ pay

Joe Budden – Uncle Joe lyrics

[Intro]
It’s Uncle Joe in here
It’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe in here
It’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe in here
It’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe in here

[Verse 1]
It’s Uncle Joe, peep while the story is told
Look like I’m the last nigga to know I got old
Which is fine, as Uncle Joe I wear that age like it’s a three piece suit
Can’t get to this type of flavor without a season at true
Every Sunday at the spades table slamming cards, hella hard
Spitting over Ruff Ryder or Roc-a-Fella bars
I’m telling stories of Khaled before he Terror Squad
Different from what they selling y’all, fuck am I telling y’all?
It’s Uncle Joe, don’t wear Supreme and jeans
Came up with Nitty and Web, I knew Supreme in Queens
And Ross dropped “B.M.F.” and y’all would sing in the streets
I’m a little different, I was thinking of Meech
Check this shit
I used to drive around the tunnel in the Lexus with the snub
Before Power 105 was sneaking breakfast in the club
Listen, young niggas learn up, I don’t do the kiddie shit
I’m with the turn up, I just like Biggie shit
Fuck is you saying?
Only been a sensation for only two generations
I’m like the minute the weigh in fight ready
Friends are forever changing
And all them niggas I came up in the game with
Done fainted in the entertainment I swear
[Interlude]
They say the older you get in life the faster it happens. Me, I feel like I could still fuck with 25 year olds and their mommas if they cute enough. So when I walk up in the day party and said, “what up?” all I hear is “Uncle Joe” in this bitch

[Verse 2]
Same way you know when you up, you better know when you slip
Studies based of years hanging with the boa constricts
I’m from an era where we ain’t deal with all the trolling and shit
When we see you we just go in your shit
It’s repercussions for actions, we demanded more
Don’t understand it, dawg
Question all these niggas with words they never answer for
Staring at you new niggas still from an older state
It’s feeling like Oscar Robertson watching Golden State
Y’all hear Post Malone and think of “White Iverson”
I think of Karl and how he could’ve got the title won
I keep my life off Instagram like my private some
I open albums for the credits, y’all just Tidal ’em
It’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe in here
It’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe in this bitch
When there was problems with the game I got to sculpting that bitch
But they just kept talking about my hoes, I don’t even notice the shit
I got a stash I never go in and shit
Same emotionless kids
Stoic as if I’m just a motionless gift
Normally in the club tucked in the corner, no one to mind me
You niggas go and look for these bitches, they come and find me
Y’all praise it, I be disgusted
Cause I don’t want the points for scoring on easy buckets
(And what else?)
And I don’t count her if she ain’t alter my weekly budget
Or if she Snapchat every portion that we in public
That’s awful, she need to cut it (she need to cut it)
Bria’s in the W with Sandra
The escorts fuck with me, that’s a double entendre
Both got fat asses, one’s a double cup monster
Both used to mad attention, it’s my subtlety they fond of
It’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe in here
It’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe in this bitch
Nigga

Joe Budden – Uncle Joe (Rage & The Machine Album) letras

[Intro]
It’s Uncle Joe in here
It’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe in here
It’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe in here
It’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe in here

[Verse 1]
It’s Uncle Joe, peep while the story is told
Look like I’m the last nigga to know I got old
Which is fine, as Uncle Joe I wear that age like it’s a three piece suit
Can’t get to this type of flavor without a season at true
Every Sunday at the spades table slamming cards, hella hard
Spitting over Ruff Ryder or Roc-a-Fella bars
I’m telling stories of Khaled before he Terror Squad
Different from what they selling y’all, fuck am I telling y’all?
It’s Uncle Joe, don’t wear Supreme and jeans
Came up with Nitty and Web, I knew Supreme in Queens
And Ross dropped "B.M.F." and y’all would sing in the streets
I’m a little different, I was thinking of Meech
Check this shit
I used to drive around the tunnel in the Lexus with the snub
Before Power 105 was sneaking breakfast in the club
Listen, young niggas learn up, I don’t do the kiddie shit
I’m with the turn up, I just like Biggie shit
Fuck is you saying?
Only been a sensation for only two generations
I’m like the minute the weigh in fight ready
Friends are forever changing
And all them niggas I came up in the game with
Done fainted in the entertainment I swear
[Interlude]
They say the older you get in life the faster it happens. Me, I feel like I could still fuck with 25 year olds and their mommas if they cute enough. So when I walk up in the day party and said, "what up?" all I hear is "Uncle Joe" in this bitch

[Verse 2]
Same way you know when you up, you better know when you slip
Studies based of years hanging with the boa constricts
I’m from an era where we ain’t deal with all the trolling and shit
When we see you we just go in your shit
It’s repercussions for actions, we demanded more
Don’t understand it, dawg
Question all these niggas with words they never answer for
Staring at you new niggas still from an older state
It’s feeling like Oscar Robertson watching Golden State
Y’all hear Post Malone and think of "White Iverson"
I think of Karl and how he could’ve got the title won
I keep my life off Instagram like my private some
I open albums for the credits, y’all just Tidal ’em
It’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe in here
It’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe in this bitch
When there was problems with the game I got to sculpting that bitch
But they just kept talking about my hoes, I don’t even notice the shit
I got a stash I never go in and shit
Same emotionless kids
Stoic as if I’m just a motionless gift
Normally in the club tucked in the corner, no one to mind me
You niggas go and look for these bitches, they come and find me
Y’all praise it, I be disgusted
Cause I don’t want the points for scoring on easy buckets
(And what else?)
And I don’t count her if she ain’t alter my weekly budget
Or if she Snapchat every portion that we in public
That’s awful, she need to cut it (she need to cut it)
Bria’s in the W with Sandra
The escorts fuck with me, that’s a double entendre
Both got fat asses, one’s a double cup monster
Both used to mad attention, it’s my subtlety they fond of
It’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe in here
It’s Uncle Joe, it’s Uncle Joe in this bitch
Nigga