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Post Malone's New Country Album - ‘F-1Trillion’: Release Date and Tracklist

November 18, 2023 3:38 pm GMT
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Release Date: August 16th, 2024

Title: ‘F-1 Trillion’

Expected Tracklist:

Post Malone has confirmed his debut country album - set to be one of the biggest releases this year, across genres - will arrive on August 16th under the title, F-1 Trillion. It follows a lengthy spell of tantalising teasers and surprise performances, with Posty immersing himself in the Nashville scene over the past six months or so.

On Friday, May 10th, Post Malone delighted fans by ushering in his country era by releasing his long-teased and long-awaited Morgan Wallen collaboration, ‘I Had Some Help’.

Later in May, Post Malone performed ‘I Had Some Help’ and the traditional-leaning, steel-soaked ‘Never Love You Again’ at the 2024 ACM Awards, before following this up with another unreleased teaser, this time featuring country legend, Blake Shelton, on a track called ‘Pour Me a Drink’. Both of these are set to appear on Posty's star-studded country album, with ‘Pour Me a Drink’ dropping on June 21st.

Then, on Father's Day, Post Malone treated his followers to a sneak preview of another track, the sweet, endearing ode to his daughter, ‘She Ain't Yours’. The song was co-written by Posty, Ashley Gorley, ERNEST, Charlie Handsome and Taylor Phillips.

Excitingly, on June 26th, Post Malone continued his Avengers-style collection of star-studded guests and unveiled a snippet of yet another blockbuster duet, this time with Chris Stapleton on a Southern Rock-fuelled track seemingly titled, ‘One More Kiss’.

The first hints at the album's title arose during Post Malone's set at Bonnaroo Festival in mid-June. A grainy photo popped up online, apparently taken from the merch stand, of a t-shirt revealing the title of Posty's forthcoming debut country album to be F-1 Trillion. The text on the t-shirt reads, “‘Pour Me a Drink’ is a song featuring Blake Shelton on Post Malone's new album, F-1,000,000,000,000”.

Adding weight to the initial speculation was the fact that Post Malone had started following a TikTok account called ‘F-ONETRILLION’. The page, which has no videos as of yet, follows only Posty's artist account and his official fan-page, ExtraPosty. The name, which is a fun twist on the classic Ford F-150 truck - a frequently referenced image in country music - undoubtedly feels like an apt title for the project, symbolising how Post Malone has brought his own style and sound to country music, rather than changing who he is in order to fit into the genre.

Aptly, the F-1Trillion artwork features an upturned two-tone truck suspended atop an expansive lake, with Posty confirming on his socials that the piece was created byGonzalo Lebrija.

It looks like all those vision-board collages we created of Post Malone wearing cowboy hats have finally paid off. It's official - Posty is released his debut country album.

With Post Malone having now shared a handful of snippets of unreleased music and new singles with one of the biggest stars on the planet, Morgan Wallen, and country legend, Blake Shelton, the project's arrival continues to inch closer and closer.

Prior to the official announcement, which came on June 18th, Posty confirmed during a Twitch live stream last year that his “country record is coming”, before sharing he recorded a song for the project when he was in Nashville that he can't stop singing. He also revealed that he's been working on two albums, with one being the country project, and the other possibly being a more mainstream release.

This followed Posty's post-CMA Awards performance interview, where he responded to the question of whether it was time to record a country album with “I think so. Yes, ma'am”.

In 2023, Post Malone was photographed during a recording session with two of Music City's primary songsmiths, Morgan Wallen and Ernest, before being snapped alongside two more members of Nashville's songwriting royalty, Luke Combs and James McNair.

Excitingly, Post Malone shared a teaser of his first ever original country song in February, which appears to be titled ‘I Ain't Got A Guy For That’, featuring Luke Combs. The infectious, uptempo track seems to be the result of the session with Combs and McNair.

Then, on March 13, Post Malone returned to his socials to upload another country song clip, ‘Missin’ You Like This’, which features the New York native's signature ethereal vocals floating across a sparse, brooding guitar and drum instrumental.

Later that month, Posty shared a new snippet of his Morgan Wallen duet, ‘I Had Some Help’, which Morgan had previously teased and then deleted shortly before Christmas. Although the sense of anticipation is at a fever-pitch ahead of any new music from Post Malone, ‘I Had Some Help’ was definitely the one fans had been clamouring for the most out of all the snippets and demos he'd been uploading.

There was a bizarre rumour that the infectious, uptempo track was going to arrive on April 5th, but that day disappointingly came and went without any new music from Posty. It then dropped on Friday, May 10th, accompanied by a fun, playful music video.

During a Holler interview in February, Ashley Cooke revealed that Post Malone is working with “a lot” of people at her label, so we may be able to expect some Big Loud up-and-comers such as Jake Worthington and Lauren Watkins to appear on the record.

With Post Malone having spoken with Joe Rogan earlier in the year about his deep-seated love for traditional-leaning, alt-country artists such as Colter Wall, Sturgill Simpson and Tyler Childers, we'd be surprised if this style didn't colour some of Posty's record.

In the same interview, the multi-Diamond-certified artist recalled how he'd tried to work with Colter in the past, only to find that the famously reclusive cowboy wasn't prepared to leave his ranch to do so. Now, though, we're hoping Post Malone makes the trip to Saskatchewan for a session, because Posty's distinctive vibrato and Colter's husky, weather-worn vocals would undoubtedly sound incredible together.

Furthermore, Jelly Roll has repeatedly expressed his admiration for Post Malone's sonic blueprint, with the duo linking up backstage during the CMA Awards 2023, as well as during the Reportin’ For Duty tribute to Leslie Jordan in February.

With Jelly having previously underlined his eagerness to hit the studio with Posty, we think the ‘Need A Favor’ maverick is another name we can expect to appear on the album's tracklist.

As our imagination begins to run wild with guest-list wish-lists and predictions, we're wondering whether - given Post Malone guested on Beyoncé's record-breaking 2024 COWBOY CARTER project - perhaps she'll return the favour by appearing on his project.

In addition to Colter wall's outlaw aesthetic and the Hip-Hop-minded country fusion that Morgan Wallen, Ernest and Jelly Roll have pioneered, as we attempt to pin down what kind of record we can expect from Post Malone's debut country effort, we imagine there'll also be a notable retro-country influence on the project.

This was seemingly confirmed when, in April 2024, Parker McCollum wrote on X (formerly Twitter) that he'd been told Post Malone is recording his stripped-back, unreleased fan-favourite, ‘Left Me In Your Mind’. We'd be keen for Posty to invite Parker to link up with him in the studio for a duet version of the traditional country ballad.

Posty has shared stellar covers of classics such as Hank Williams’ ‘Honky Tonk Blues’, Toby Keith's ‘Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue’, Brad Paisley's ‘I'm Gonna Miss Her’ and Sturgill Simpson's ‘You Can Have The Crown‘. His first ‘official’ foray into the genre was his reimagined HIXTAPE duet with the late Joe Diffie, ‘Pick-Up Man’.

Post Malone's electrifying performance of ‘Pick-Up Man’ with HARDY and Morgan Wallen during the 2023 CMA Awards was one of the stand-out moments of the evening, with the single earning Posty his first Billboard Country Airplay hit.

However, given how HARDY does not feature on the studio version of ‘Pick-Up Man’, and bearing in mind how big a fan HARDY is of Post Malone, it seems a little peculiar that he hasn't taken this opportunity to duet with the prolific artist on a song.

This makes us think HARDY will most likely be joining Morgan Wallen, Luke Combs and Blake Shelton on the list of collaborators for Post Malone's upcoming country album.

If ‘I Had Some Help’ and ‘Pour Me a Drink’ are anything to go by, Posty's first country project will be a truly game-changing moment for the genre - and we can't wait to hear it all.

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