On ‘One Right Now,’ Post Malone And The Weeknd Couldn’t Care Less About Their Ex’s Feelings

Post Malone's second single of the year follows the release of "Motley Crew" earlier this year.

Both Post Malone and The Weeknd are working on albums that their respective fan bases are eagerly anticipating. Malone’s upcoming album will be a follow-up to his 2018 chart-topping album Hollywood’s Bleeding, while The Weeknd’s will be a rapid follow-up to After Hours from last year. While fans wait for both projects, Posty and The Weeknd collaborate on a new song called “One Right Now,” which shows off their laid-back personalities as they brush off their ex’s feelings and move on to better things.

Post Malone’s second single of the year follows the release of “Motley Crew” earlier this year. It was accompanied with a racetrack-themed video in which he was shown burning rubber and partying with artists including as Big Sean, Ty Dolla Sign, French Montana, Tyga, and others. Dre London, Post’s manager, revealed in April that the singer might have two projects in the works for fans. “I was on FaceTime with @postmalone and we agreed that the world deserved two Posty projects this year!” “London wrote in the caption of an Instagram image from April 2021. “We’re talking about dropping the first one sooner than you think!” I’m not going to tell you the title name just now; maybe next week.” We haven’t heard anything about the impending releases.

The Weeknd’s upcoming sixth album is on the verge of being released. During an episode of his Apple Music radio show Memento Mori on October 4, he declared, “Album is complete.” “The only thing lacking are a few of major characters in the story.” Some persons who are close to me, some who influenced me as a child, and some who continue to inspire me now. In the next months, there will be more.”

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