Everything We Know About Post Malone’s Country Album – Country Music News Blog


Post Malone is no stranger to country music, as he’s been known to croon a tune or two from time to time since the dawn of his career. But this year seems to be the moment when he finally makes fan requests a reality as he has promised the release of his first all-in country album. Here’s everything we know about Post Malone’s country debut so far.

Post Malone Country Song


The Big Debut: June 28th Release

We’re all marking our calendars for June 28th, the expected release date for Post Malone’s foray into country music. The timing couldn’t be more perfect, aligning with the lead-up to July 4th festivities, ensuring his new tracks become the soundtrack of our summer barbecues and firework displays. And, with Posty’s birthday falling on Independence Day, it seems like he’s giving us all a present wrapped in twang and heartache.

Star-Studded Collaborations

Post Malone isn’t venturing into this new genre alone. He’s roped in some of country’s biggest stars to help him out. Expect to hear his signature voice alongside Morgan Wallen’s gritty storytelling, Blake Shelton’s classic charm, and Lainey Wilson’s fresh flair. These collaborations are the stuff of dreams, merging Post Malone’s unique style with the rich, diverse sounds of contemporary country.

What’s in a Name? “F-ONETRILLION”

While details about the album remain under wraps, Holler.com has speculated with some confidence that the album might be titled “F-ONETRILLION.” This intriguing name seems to be a play on his beloved Ford F-150. Whatever the title, you can bet the album will be packed with hits that reflect his distinct, boundary-pushing artistry.

Post Malone with Morgan Wallen – I Had Some Help – Released May 10th

Post Malone with Blake Shelton – Pour Me A Drink (Clipped) – To Release June 21st

Post Malone flying solo at the ACM’s – Never Love You Again

Then, on Father’s Day, Post Malone treated his followers to a sneak preview of another track, the sweet, endearing ode to his daughter, ‘She Ain’t Yours’. The song seem to have been co-written by Posty, Ashley Gorley, ERNEST, Charlie Handsome and Taylor Phillips

Post Malone – She Ain’t Yours

Post Malone – Missin You Like This

Post Malone with Luke Combs – I Ain’t Got A Guy For That


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