"COGRATULATIONS", GREAT SHOW AT HARD ROCK LIVE LAST NIGHT...
Hollywood, FL.— Post Malone brought his “Twelve Carat Tour” right here to Hard Rock Live and thousands of Posty fans last night to in a sold-out concert.
The singer/songwriter didn’t disappoint, belting out numerous hits as well as his new songs from his new album “Twelve Carat Toothache” that debuted back in June.
Post Malone hit the stage around 9:08 p.m. singing “Reputation,” from his new album, then hyping up the crowd with “Wow.” Malone kept the crowd on its feet the entire show., as he danced and sang his way on three stages throughout the concert, even going full rockstar mode during “Take What You Want” ,breaking his guitar that he used earlier to sing some of his songs in acoustic mode.
Malone took his time between songs, thanked the crowd and rehydrated with what he said was cold beer in a red solo cup. “I haven’t been doing this in so long I forgot what to say, but thank you,” said Malone. Even though Post Malone came out in a simple outfit, black graphic t-shirt and jean shorts, his stage was anything but simple. With a massive screen behind him, pyrotechnics, and a light/laser show that made it feel like an upscale club in Las Vegas. Post Malone rose to fame in 2015 with “White Iverson,” that was released on SoundCloud. A couple years later Malone then released his album Beerbongs & Bentleys. That album managed to crush records in just four days. His latest album "Twelve Carat Toothache” debuted at No. 2 on the latest Billboard 200 album chart. Malone has had all of his album’s debut in the top 5. He is currently number 14 on Spotify with over 53.7 million monthly listens on the platform.
“You are not alone, I felt alone for the longest time now I’m not alone,” he said. Post Malone was congratulating everyone for getting through the pandemic and went into his last song of the night, “Congratulations.” He then stayed several minutes after the concert and shook hands with those in the pit as he signed memorabilia the crowd had brought with them.