Post Malone burst onto the scene last year with his woozy "White Iverson" and in the time since, he's appeared on Kanye West's The Life of Pablo and is currently playing arenas nationwide as the opening act on Justin Bieber's Purpose tour, all without an album or mixtape to promote. That's likely to change though, as his latest single "Go Flex" gets a visual treatment signaling that a project may be on the way.

Directed by James DeFina and Chris Velona, the "Go Flex" video shows Post in his element, strumming on an acoustic guitar, showing off his gold grills and keeping the company of a woman who wears a Texas flag with pride. “‘Go Flex’ is really just about stuntin, showing you got the sauce,” Post told The FADER in a email. “It’s just about going out with your friends, turning up, feeling super cool.” Post likewise told the publication that his upcoming album will be a “culmination of all the sounds that represent” him, including ”folk, country, hip-hop,” and more.

A few weeks ago, Malone posted illustrated cover art to his Instagram with the caption "soon come," though the title, release date or nature of the project wasn't revealed. The Purpose tour stopped in Columbus, OH Thursday night, with a show in Washington D.C on Friday. Post will keep the milestones rolling, as he is also tapped to perform on the Hot 97 Festival Stage at this year's Summer Jam.

Watch the "Go Flex" video up top.

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