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Post Malone Announces ‘F-1 Trillion’ Album & Release Date

Post Malone is currently at the pinnacle of the Billboard Hot 100 with his Morgan Wallen duet "I Had Some Help."

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Adam DeGross

Post Malone is set to release his upcoming album, F-1 Trillion, on Aug. 16, revealing the news via a billboard in Nashville on Tuesday (June 18).

The album marks his sixth studio album, following 2023’s Austin. Post Malone is currently riding high atop the Billboard Hot 100 chart with his Morgan Wallen collaboration “I Had Some Help,” which is spending its fifth week atop the chart.


Though Post Malone didn’t reveal a track list for the project, it is presumably a country-leaning album, and he has been making deep inroads into the country music genre of late, including teaming with Blake Shelton for the song “Pour Me a Drink.” He performed on the Academy of Country Music Awards in May, performing a song called “Never Love You Again,” that is presumably from the upcoming album. He also performed at the country music festival Stagecoach.

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The news of the impending album release comes the day after Post Malone’s Monday night (June 17) performance 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.

During the in-the-round acoustic set, Post Malone offered up renditions of songs including “Circles,” “Sunflower” and “I Had Some Help,” and joined Wilson and Ernest on various songs, including teaming with Ernest for a set-closing rendition of George Jones’ “If Drinkin’ Don’t Kill Me (Her Memory Will).”

Post Malone’s breakout success came in 2015 with the song “White Iverson,” which reached No. 15 on the Hot 100. He earned his first Hot 100 chart-topper with “Rockstar” featuring 21 Savage, which dominated the chart for eight weeks. To date, Post Malone has had six songs reach the pinnacle of the Hot 100.

This article was originally published by Billboard U.S.

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