It was the track with which the then-twenty-year-old caught his big break, quickly signing a recording contract with Republic Records. It has since been certified triple platinum by the RIAA for selling over three million copies , and appears on the rapper's debut studio album Stoney , released December Post belongs to the wave of performers that have come to embody mainstream rap's general movement away from traditional hip-hop archetypes, towards more unusual, idiosyncratic personalities alongside, most notably, the similarly fresh-faced Lil Yachty, who featured on Post's debut mixtape August 25th. A proficient producer, Post produced the track himself in collaboration with Rex Kudo, in addition to performing the song's vocals. The track features the combination of airy synth textures and trap percussion characteristic of the emergent hip-hop sub-genre known as cloud-rap, and Post both raps and sings his lyrics. The tinkling of a faraway piano creates the sense of a dazed detachment.
It was released as an official single on August 14, by Republic Records. It served as the lead single from Malone's debut studio album , Stoney The track was produced by Post Malone himself and Rex Kudo. It peaked at number 14 on the Billboard Hot songs chart in the United States. Post recorded the song two days after he wrote it. He thought of the name after getting braids in his hair, thinking he looked like a "White Iverson", a reference to the professional basketball player, Allen Iverson. He decided to sign with Republic Records. Since its release, the music video has received over million views on YouTube. He also stated that Rolls-Royce Motor Cars contacted him following the release, saying Malone was misusing their car.
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