Our first taste of Post Malone‘s next album is his collaboration with The Weeknd, “One Right Now.”
The two superstars have teamed up on the new single, with a video debuting “soon,” according to their record label. The song, which is closer to the ’80s-inspired sound that The Weeknd’s been doing lately than Post’s past work, is about finding out your partner’s been unfaithful and showing her that infidelity is a two-way street.
“Don’t call me ‘baby’ when you did me so wrong/But I got over what you did already/Body for a body, so petty,” sings Post. “I got one comin’ over and one right now.”
The Weeknd makes reference to his 2013 song “You Belong to the World,” as he sings, “You’re a stain on my legacy/We can’t be friends, can’t be family…I can’t let you next to me/Oh, you belong to the world now/So just me leave me alone now.”
“new track for my brother @postmalone out everywhere !” The Weeknd announced on Instagram.
“One Right Now” is from Post’s fourth album, which we’re told is “coming soon.” It’ll be the follow-up to his 2019 triple-platinum release Hollywood’s Bleeding.
(Video contains uncensored profanity.)
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