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Post Malone Drops New Visuals for “Wow.”

Post Malone releases the brand new visuals for “Wow.”

As some may know “Wow,” is now top five on the Billboard charts. Post Malone shared this track that is produced by Frank Dukes and Louis Bell,back in December and it debuted at number 47. With the help of Roddy Rich and Tyga creating the remix, since then it has been climbing the charts and doing numbers all over.

To top it off, the viral video of Mike Alancourt who was recently on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, is a forty three year – old man who enjoys dancing. Malone called Alancourt a “legend” because he really loves his dance moves. Throughout the clip, he performed on and off stage and showed how he likes to turn up. 

“And then this happened,” reads a caption, before Alancourt is seen busting out some killer dance moves by himself in a garden and then, in front of Post Malone and his friends as they play beer pong games. With cameos from DJ Khaled, 2 Chainz and Red Hot Chilli Peppers the visuals follows Malone across the world as he tours from city to city. His last album, Beerbongs & Bentleys that was released in 2018, featured 21 Savage, Swae Lee, Nicki Minaj, and more. It debuted No.1 on the charts and once again Post Malone showcased his intriguing lyricism throughout each song.

Watch “Wow.” Here! 

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• Playlist Curator • Digital Marketer • Project MGMT: @therapfest • Founder of the @kazimagazine

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