Hollywood’s Bleeding Post Malone 2019

Hollywood’s Bleeding by Post Malone

Hollywood’s Bleeding review


Post Malone finally released his album Hollywood’s Bleeding in 2019, following the success of Beerbongs and Bentleys’ in 2018. In Hollywood’s Bleeding, Post Malone has some features that include the artists like Travis Scott, SZA whom I made a music video for, DaBaby, and even Ozzy Osbourne.


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I really think that Post Malone’s music has grown after sometimes, I think the fact that he identifies swag in his own ways. Post Malone also included Sunflower that was part of Spiderman’s Spider-Verse.

I personally think that Post Malone dare to dream bigger, and he is not afraid to experiment on his music, as you can see that Post Malone collaborated with Ozzy Osbourne to SZA for this Hollywood’s Bleeding.

Post Malone also particularly not expressing his true genre, but I think most music is now genre-less. With most songs are almost having rap parts on it. Culture also growing as I think the world is getting smaller. With anyone can do hip-hop and other genres.

Tracks that I particularly loving are Staring At the Sun ft SZA, Internetm Myself, and Imma Gonna Be. I think the song Internet in Hollywood’s Blood is talking about the whole accessible social media. I think that the source of our depression is coming from the internet, although I can not lie that I can not live without the internet.

What I learned from Post Malone is truly about how people should start to love themselves before anything else. Above all, I really love this Hollywood’s Bleeding album! Feel free to let us know what do you think about this album!

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