Post Malone - Hollywood's Bleeding (Album Review)

   If you don't live under a rock you should be very aware that Post Malone dropped a new album and it's all the rage! Throughout this album Post really zones in on his struggles with himself and how the people around him change once you rise. We sensed that overall consensus as similar lines arose throughout the album such as "money tend to show all their tendencies" in 'Enemies' or "I been on the road, on the road this whole time, quit acting like you been with me this whole time." 'Hollywood's Bleeding,' the main focus of the album gives this eerie sense of the aspect of the lives we don't see with all kinds of artists. Post calls out Hollywood for what it is; an environment where lost souls go, where partying is the thing to do every night and material things are the main focus.


  'Saint - Tropez' seems to be the fan favorite on the album and it's a damn good song! The bounce of the song is what brings everyone to their feet and his unapologetic lines gives Post this almost arrogant allure! 'Allergic' was the most individual within the album with the pop rock feel he used to guide the song along. The chill, love song of the bunch 'Circles, gives Post this pedestal from all the other songs, because you actually notice his vocal strength we often don't think about with him. He brought an array of artists throughout the album such as SZA, Meek Mill, Halsey, Travis Scott and Ozzie Osbourne allowing this album to be his most controversial yet. 'Hollywood's Bleeding' for sure and it seems like Post is one of the only good things to come out of it!


Lyrics That Stick:



"Everyone's gone but no ones leaving, nobody left but us."



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