Time Out says
If you experienced the stampede to see Post Malone's mid-day performance at Lollapalooza in 2018, then you understand just how big of a deal the facial tattoo-covered rapper really is. Boasting his own Bud Light can and a line of signature Crocs, the unlikely hip-hop star who launched his career on the back of the hazy SoundCloud single "White Iverson" has transformed into an undeniable pop juggernaut. You can rest assured that you'll be hearing the barrage of hooks and Auto-tuned vocals that populate Malone's latest album, Hollywood's Bleeding, in rideshares for months to come. Alternatively, you can watch Malone perform them live at United Center, with support from "Sunflower" collaborator Swae Lee and rising rapper Tyla Yaweh.