The single “Wow” has been remixed with rookie Roddy Rich and recently revived Taiga, while his successor “Goodbyes” contains the exceptional verse of a young bandit, while the Post sings his way through a divorce ballad that seems to contradict previous statements about screaming. In an interview with Polish TV company NewOnce, the Post was recorded with the following words: “If you are looking for words, if you want to cry, if you want to think about life, don’t listen to hip-hop. He was pushed into songs all over the internet for exploiting hip-hop in his convenience – with similar accusations until now played by Miley Cyrus and Iggy Azalea, so he was in good company, at least on this site. Just as he reached the top of the debate about cultural appropriation in Hip-Hop, it is no wonder that Post Malone has become one of the most polarizing figures in music. It seems that throughout his “career” Post will be inextricably linked to hip-hop, even though he wasn’t just being classified as a rapper. With its omnivorous musical influences and light personality, he quickly became one of the rising stars of rap, so much so that his next album “Hollywood’s Bleeding” will be one of the most anticipated projects of this genre in 2019, although it includes several guest performances of such undisputed hippies as Ozzy Osbourne. The guest list was full of 21 Savage rappers who helped Post “their” the first Hot 100 No. T are great hip-hop songs w they talk about life and spit real shit, but not many people say real shit right now. Even if “their” critics don’t like it, the hip-hop community seems to have enough space, even for an artist who once rejected the genre – and even more – to make “it” grow. De Post-La Post took part in reviews of the song, as well as in a video clip, and was accused of cultural misappropriation for his uncut haircut and gold grille.