Post Malone is a true rockstar in his new documentary.
Millions of people try to make it in the music business on a daily basis. An industry that is hyper-competitive, how is it that Post Malone made it to become one of the biggest stars in the world? With Beerbongs & Bentleys releasing this Friday, his stock is bound to grow even further in 2018, continually dropping Billboard-worthy hits. Posty is on the rise and with his next album releasing in just a few days, there is no better time to get to know the artist behind the music. Right on cue, Mass Appeal has produced a documentary with Posty as the subject, delving into his life through his collaborators, friends, family and former colleagues.
Titled "Post Malone is a Rockstar," the doc goes deep into Post's life, interviewing his former employers at Chicken Express in Texas, and moving along to producer FKI 1st and manager Dre London. From his friendship with Bankroll Fresh to his self-proclaimed only good song "White Iverson," Post's friends and family explain what has made him into the character that he is so proud to show off every day. Throughout each interview, everybody seemed to share an opinion that Post was one of the most humble people they had ever met.
Through his mysterious style, Post Malone has grown to become a rockstar in the last few years. Learn more about the star through the brand new documentary below in advance of his album drop.