Post Malone is making the most of his self-isolation by heading into “quarantine album mode.”
According to Posty’s longtime manager Dre London, they’re planning to keep themselves busy amidst the coronavirus crisis, promising that the impending nation-wide lockdown won’t stop them from making music. “I’m sorry I can’t stay away from my brother Posty! I’ll take the chance!” Dre London wrote in an Instagram post on Monday night.
He added that they recently made a “smash” via FaceTime and are gearing themselves up for “quarantine album mode.” “If we don’t connect energy how the🌎gonna enjoy this summer?🤷🏽♂️Let’s get it!! See you soon bruv!” Dre London wrote.
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I’m sorry I can’t stay away from my brother Posty! I’ll take the chance! Tonight we made a smash on FaceTime now we gonna just go into Quarantine Album mode! If we don’t connect energy how the🌎gonna enjoy this summer?🤷🏽♂️Let’s Get It!! See You Soon bruv! #2020 #DreVision 👁🤫
Earlier this month, Malone came under fire after he went ahead with a scheduled sold-out concert in Denver, Colorado despite coronavirus concerns. His performance in front of an 18,000-strong crowd at the Pepsi Center sparked backlash on social media as users called the rapper “irresponsible” and “greedy.” Later a spokesperson for Posty told Billboard that the decision to go ahead was “at the direction of the Pepsi Center and the concert promoter.”
Malone dropped his third studio album, Hollywood’s Bleeding, last September. The star-studded record featured guest spots from DaBaby, Future, Halsey, Meek Mill, Lil Baby, Black Sabbath’s Ozzy Osbourne, Travis Scott, SZA and more.