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Post Malone Drops New Single and Video ‘Goodbyes’ Feat. Young Thug

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Post Malone has enlisted Young Thug for a melancholy new single titled “Goodbyes.” The track was produced by Brian Lee and Post’s frequent collaborator, Louis Bell (“rockstar,” “Better Now,” “Sunflower“).

Post also dropped a morbid visual to accompany the track, which is set in the 1950s.

“Goodbyes” follows Post’s uptempo hit single “Wow.,” which peaked at No. 2 on Billboard’s Hot 100.

Watch the video for “Goodbyes” above and download the track on DJcity.

Related Post: Top Remixes of Post Malone’s ‘Wow.’

Watch Post Malone’s ‘Wow.’ Music Video

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Post Malone has dropped a video for his hit single, “Wow.”

The 100 BPM track, which is a change of pace from Post’s usual trap sound, is currently No. 5 on Billboard’s Hot 100. His collab with Swae Lee, “Sunflower,” is also in the Hot 100 (No. 2). Both tracks feature production from rising producer Louis Bell.

The video for “Wow.” is a montage of footage from live performances, tour life, parties, and more.

Watch it above and download the track on DJcity. Also, check out our favorite remixes of the track here.

Related: Top Remixes of Post Malone’s ‘Wow.’

Producer Louis Bell Talks Working With Post Malone and More

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Chart-topping producer Louis Bell sat down for an interview on the music production show Pensado’s Place. Bell co-wrote and co-produced many of the songs on Post Malone‘s album beerbongs & bentleys, including the hits “rockstar” featuring 21 Savage and “Better Now.” The Boston native also worked with Post on “Wow.” and Preme‘s “Jackie Chan.”

In the interview, Bell talks about his studio sessions with Post before discussing his creative process, favorite plug-ins and more.

On creativity:

“I think that’s what creativity is, is taking something so small and being able to manipulate it and bend it and stretch it out, and, without watering it down. That’s the key.”

On what he looks for in his artists’ vocals:

“Feel, energy, vibe, and emotion. There’s no app yet that can fix that stuff, so that’s why I demand that.”

On what makes Post Malone unique:

“He sounds like he has so much soul and pain… and just hearing him sing, I just felt everything he was saying… There’s not one line that he sings, that he’s just singing to sing it.”

Watch the full interview above (it begins at the 7:56 mark).

Related: Chart-Topping Engineer Manny Marroquin Talks Working With Post Malone and More

Top Remixes of Post Malone’s ‘Wow.’

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To cap off a massively successful year, Post Malone dropped his single “Wow.” on Christmas Eve. The track, which is a change of pace from Post’s usual trap sound, is currently No. 9 on Billboard’s Hot 100. Its timing coincides with a resurgence of 100 BPM range tracks.

Check out our favorite remixes and bootlegs of “Wow.” below.

SH8K Remix
A twerked-out flip with powerful synths.

YUDA Remix
A groovy, nu disco-style rework.

Luca Lush & Bishu Remix
A heavy trap drop gets inserted in between the original verses.

Anthem Kingz Boom Bootleg
“Wow.” gets blended with Mario’s 2004 single, “Boom.” (DJcity exclusive)

Nathan C Remix
“Wow.” gets transformed into a house track.

Related: Chart-Topping Engineer Manny Marroquin Talks Working With Post Malone and More

Post Malone Drops New Single and Video, ‘Wow.’

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Capping off another successful year, Post Malone has returned with a bouncy new single titled “Wow.” The uptempo track, which was produced by Louis Bell and Frank Dukes, is a change of pace from Post’s usual trap-influenced style.

Bell and Dukes have previously teamed up to produce tracks for Post, including the hit singles “Better Now” and “Congratulations.” Bell also co-produced “rockstar” and “Psycho.”

Watch the video for “Wow.” above and download the track on DJcity.

Related: Watch Tiesto and Dzeko’s ‘Jackie Chan’ Video Feat. Preme and Post Malone

Watch Tiesto and Dzeko’s ‘Jackie Chan’ Video Feat. Preme and Post Malone

Tiesto and Canadian DJ Dzeko has shared an animated video for their summer anthem, “Jackie Chan.” The collaboration, which is a dance remix of Preme‘s original track featuring Post Malone, was one of DJcity’s most downloaded songs of May.

The neon-colored visual shows the two rappers morphed into Lego-like characters as they go through a video game-esque adventure.

Watch the video above and download “Jackie Chan” on DJcity.

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