POST MALONE ON PLANNING TO LAUNCH HIS OWN RECORD LABEL AND SHOWING FIRST TATTOO HE'S EVER DONE HIMSELF
Beerbongs & Bentleys is evidence of Malone’s golden touch, one that the top-selling rapper plans to extend to the establishment of his very own record label. Now the question for Post is "what's next?"
Post Malone's manager, Dre London, dishes on the singer's next move in a recent interview.
“He’s seen the music business inside out and now he wants to start his label,” Malone’s manager, Dre London, told Billboard. “We’re going to do it how we been doing it from the beginning, and obviously a distributor is going to come along. Let the bidding begin.”
"Post Malone is starting his own label, and he gets a lot of it now. He's seen the music business inside out and now he wants to start his label. We're going to do it how we been doing it from the beginning, and obviously a distributor is going to come along." He said.
Check out the interview here:
Malone fans will indubitably have their popcorn ready because London says Post intends to transcend music videos to try his hand in film production.
“Post has a movie idea right now and he and well-known writers are going to get together and write it,” London said. “I’ve been begging him to play a role in it because he’s good at acting. I think I’ve just managed to twist his arm enough to play a role — it might come in disguise, or something where we find out it’s him afterwards. We want to do stuff on television, but he wants to do his own stuff, stuff that we own, where a part of that comes from our vision, our creation. Nothing corny, stuff that just fits his brand and his character.”
Post Malone shows the first tattoo he's ever done himself.
Having a close relationship with his manager, Post tatted a member of his team with one of his daughter's drawings, a touching tribute to Greenleaf's family. Post Malone posted the piece on Instagram, noting that it was the first time he had ever inked somebody and, without being too harsh, you can definitely tell. While Posty recreates a children's drawing on Greenleaf's body, the choppy linework spells the work of an amateur. In Post's defense, this could be an exact copy of Greenleaf's daughter's drawing and, regardless, it must be pretty neat to say that an international superstar has left a permanent mark on your skin.