According to Rolling Stone, Post Malone recently unveiled the artists to appear on his upcoming album, Hollywood’s Bleeding, and he recruited a broad list of performers for the new record, including Travis Scott, Halsey, Meek Mill, as well as Ozzy Osbourne.
Moreover, other stars to appear on Post Malone’s new album includes Da Baby, Lil Baby, Young Thug, Swae Lee, SZA, and Future. The singer’s third LP, Hollywood’s Bleeding, arrives to streaming services and store shelves on the 6th of September, Friday.
Recently, the singer unveiled his track, “Circles,” his lead single from Hollywood’s Bleeding, which will be his third record in total, and his first after his number 1 hit, Beerbongs and Bentleys. Last year in December, Post also released his other song, “Wow.”
Once fans finally get their hands on the LP on the 6th of September, Malone will kick off his Runaway Tour with Swae Lee. Lee and Malone will start touring on the 14th of September in Tacoma, Washington, and will finish on the 21st of November at The Forum in LA, California.
This marks the first time that the aforementioned Mr. Osbourne has appeared on another artist’s record since Black Label Society’s “Stillborn” in 2003. Recently, the iconic singer/frontman spoke to reporters from Rolling Stone about an injury he sustained as well as recovery time.
Ozzy said to reporters that the incident left him feeling incredibly “helpless,” because he needed “a walker” to use the bathroom, and necessitated nurses 24/7. On the positive side, Ozzy expressed his gratitude for not completely paralyzing himself during the accident.
Post Malone has encountered some difficulty recently as well. Previously, the “Congratulations” singer came under fire from people on social media for “cultural appropriation.”
However, fans have grown to love Post Malone for his cheery persona, and apparent appreciation for all kinds of music, which may explain why he chose to have Ozzy Osbourne on his latest record.
Before Post Malone became a solo artist, claims metalinsider.net, Post Malone actually tried out as the guitarist for the band, Crown The Empire. Post auditioned for the Dallas metalcore band back in 2010, when he was just 15-years-old. Post Malone said in later interviews that he broke a string during the audition.