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Post Malone and Blake Shelton Party On With ‘Pour Me a Drink’: Stream It Now

It's the latest cut from Posty's forthcoming country album, F-1 Trillion.

Post Malone performs onstage at Spotify House during CMA Fest 2024 - Day 1 at Ole Red on June 06, 2024 in Nashville, Tenn.

Post Malone performs onstage at Spotify House during CMA Fest 2024 - Day 1 at Ole Red on June 06, 2024 in Nashville, Tenn.

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Post Malone’s country era isn’t slowing down.

The “Rockstar” singer and rapper joins forces with country star Blake Shelton on “Pour Me a Drink” (via Mercury Records/Republic), the latest cut from Posty’s forthcoming country album, F-1 Trillion.


Dropping at midnight, “Drink” is a party number, a twangy-ode to imbiding with buddies and burying mistakes.

On it, Shelton rues: “Guess I really went and messed it up again Now, my baby’s goner than the Tulsa wind/ Judgin’ by the stone-sober state I’m in/ Need to crack one wide open.” In the chorus, Malone sings, “Somebody pour me a drink, somebody bum me a smoke/ I’m ’bout to get on a buzz, I’m ’bout to get on a roll.”

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Posty and Shelton premiered the song for CMA Fest at Nissan Stadium, footage of which will air as a package next Tuesday, June 25 on ABC.

Malone is enjoying life at the penthouse with “I Had Some Help,” his country team-up with Morgan Wallen which has now logged five weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100.

That song is Malone’s sixth leader and Wallen’s second, and the first to collect at least its first five weeks on the chart at No. 1 since Miley Cyrus’ “Flowers” spent its first six weeks on the survey at the summit in January-March 2023. “I Had Some Help” is also the first smash to reign over the chart for five consecutive weeks in nearly a year.

F-1 Trillion is slated for release Aug. 16, and is Posty’s sixth studio album, following 2023’s Austin. Two of those LPs have hit No. 1 on the Billboard 200. The artwork for the forthcoming LP features a baby blue pickup truck performing a miracle on a lake. See below.

Malone’s genre-hopping activities of late have included a performance on the Academy of Country Music Awards in May, performing a song called “Never Love You Again;” a spot at the Stagecoach Festival 2024 in Indio, CA; and a performance earlier in the week at Nashville’s Bluebird Cafe, where he was joined by Lainey Wilson, Ernest, and multi-hit songwriter Ashley Gorley for an industry-only writers’ round at the famed songwriters venue.

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Stream “Pour Me a Drink” below.

This article was originally published by Billboard U.S.

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