Post Malone – ‘Stoney’ Album Review


‘Stoney’ starts out on a high note with the first track, titled ‘Broken Whiskey Glass’. The album has top tier production, with producers such as Pharrell, FKI, Metro Boomin, Frank Dukes, Post Malone, and others. If you can look past the fact that a chunk of these songs have been out for a minute, then this album is damn near incredible.

Though ‘White Iverson’, ‘Too Young’, and ‘Money Made Me Do It’ are all either from his August 26th mixtape or an early single, these songs are still classics. Now that they’re all included on ‘Stoney’, they’ve got the chance to catch new fans on their second or third wave.

‘Up There’ might be one of my favourite Post Malone songs in general –  the Pharrell production stands out and it’s definitely got late night vibes.

‘Patient’ gets better with every play.

‘Congratulations’ has been on repeat for me since it came out. I love Quavo’s verse, and the Metro Boomin x Frank Duke production is perfect. I knew this song would be a hit as soon as I saw him preview it at his concert in Denver.

‘Feeling Whitney’ channels Post’s inner Mumford & Sons, and he does it well.

‘Feel’ is the weakest track of the project in my opinion, though still worth a listen.

The album has great replay value, and Post really built off of what he was recognized for

“White Iverson”

Listen to Stoney in full here


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