By Maxim Mower
Just when you thought you couldn't love him anymore - Post Malone shows up at a local dive to lead a bar-wide sing-a-long with his good buddy, Russell Dickerson.
During what appears to be a late-night drinking session, Posty and RD leapt to their feet when Little Big Town's much-loved 2005 anthem, ‘Boondocks’, reverberated across the speakers. The two proceeded to sing the light-hearted lyrics at the tops of their lungs, which seemingly prompted the rest of the bar to follow their example.
It's not clear which bar Post Malone and Russell Dickerson were in, but given the fact they were both attending the Super Bowl in Paradise, Nevada, it's likely they hung out after the big game.
Post Malone helped to kick off the Super Bowl with a stellar, countrified rendition of ‘America The Beautiful’, with the ’Sunflower’ hitmaker continuing his foray into the genre.
With Russell Dickerson having spent some down-time with the bearded crooner this past weekend, fans have immediately started calling for the two to hit the studio together.
It's possible the duo already collaborated while Post Malone was in Nashville recently, with the genre-blending singer-songwriter having been photographed alongside the likes of Morgan Wallen, ERNEST, Brad Paisley, Luke Combs and more during his stay in Music City ahead of his electrifying 2023 CMA Awards performance.
Posty is currently working on his debut country album, which is expected to arrive later this year, and RD would undoubtedly be a brilliant, high-energy addition to the record.
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