Ozzy Osbourne is among the guest musicians who appear on the new album from rapper Post Malone. Titled "Hollywood's Bleeding", the disc is being released today (Friday, September 6) via Republic. Ozzy and Travis Scott can be heard on the song "Take What You Want", which is available for streaming below. Also scheduled to appear on the LP are SZA, Halsey, Meek Mill, Young Thug, Future, and others.
"Hollywood's Bleeding" is the follow-up to Post Malone's 2018 album "Beerbongs & Bentleys". That record topped the Billboard 200 albums chart in May of last year. The same month, streaming service Spotify said the LP had broken the first-week streaming record, with more than 236 million streams in the United States and more than 411 million worldwide.
Earlier this year, Malone (whose real name is Austin Post) earned four Grammy nominations, including album of the year for "Beerbongs & Bentleys".
He took home the top rap song trophy at the 2018 Billboard Music Awards for "Rockstar" alongside collaborator 21 Savage, as well as song of the year at the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards for the same track.
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