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Post Malone and The Weeknd Release Music Video For “One Right Now”




Post Malone and The Weeknd have released the music video for their latest song “One Right Now.” The music video is directed by Tanu-Muino and depicts both artists as enemies. The Weeknd fights his way through security in a gun-filled blood bath to get to Malone. The video ends with both eventually being taken down. Check out the music video below.

Post Malone

The song will be featured on Post Malone’s new album that does not have a title or release date yet and follows his song “Motley Crew” which came out earlier this year. The song also has a NASCAR-themed music video and features Ty Dolla $ign, Big Sean, and Tommy Lee. The new album will follow his 2019 Grammy-nominated album Hollywood Bleeding.

Malone headlined Las Vegas’ yearly Day N Vegas music festival this past weekend replacing Travis Scott on short notice. Other artists at the festival were Kendrick Lamar, Lamar’s cousin Baby Keem, Tyler, the Creator, SZA, Doja Cat, Ari Lennox, Lil Uzi Vert and Rico Nasty to name a few.

Last February, Post Malone got with Ozzy Osbourne for the song “It’s a Raid,” from Osbourne’s solo album Ordinary Man. Malone and Tyla Yaweh previously paid tribute to Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee on the song “Tommy Lee,” released in June 2020.

The Weeknd

Last week, The Weeknd linked with Rosalía on her latest single “La Fama.” The song is a part of her forthcoming album Motomami.  In October, he released “Moth to A Flame” with Swedish House Mafia and “Take My Breath” in August. Both songs will be on the upcoming album. A release date has not been announced for the album.

He announced in October that he is postponing his After Hours tour until summer 2022. The “After Hours Until Dawn Tour,” will now take place in stadiums vice arenas.  It will be in support of his new album and his 2020 album After Hours. Tour dates have not been announced yet. Fans that purchased tickets will be issued a refund and have priority access to purchasing tickets when they go on sale.

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Written by Roy Lott

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