Following the release of Post Malone's August 26 mixtape, it was clear he wouldn't solely be focusing on hip-hop. The "White Iverson" rapper has tried his hands at a number of different genres, and now his latest cover has taken him into the world of grunge.
During a recent stop on his Stoney tour at The House of Blues in Boston, Mass., Post performed a cover of Nirvana's "All Apologies." With his acoustic guitar in hand, Post strummed and sang as he got some help from the crowd. You can see the footage below.
As Post continues to delve into the world of other genres, he recently discussed what it was like working with Kanye West on the song "Fade." Speaking with Grammy Museum Executive Director Scott Goldman at the Clive Davis Theater on Sept. 6, Post compared working with Yeezy to "working with Jesus Christ."
“‘Fade’ was just a dope vibe, a little fuck-you vibe, so let’s try something new,” Post said at the time. “You never really know what to expect, but [Kanye] played me the song, or he sent me the song so I could hear it. And then I did like a scratch vocal and then I got in the actual studio with him and actually cut the real vocals to the song.”
In related Malone news, the "Go Flex" artist announced on Monday (Sept. 18), that he would be opening a pop-up shop in New York on Tuesday, Sept. 19 from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. He also dropped a crazy 21 Savage collab called "rockstar" last week.
Check out Post Malone's cover of Nirvana's "All Apologies" below.
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