The wait for Post Malone’s sophomore album, Beerbongs & Bentleys, has felt like an eternity. The project was initially teased all the way back in 2016, was then scheduled to drop in late 2017, and has since been pushed back until further notice.
Though we have very few details about Beerbongs & Bentleys, Malone’s manager recently shared an Instagram story that suggest the album will be relatively lengthy. Dr. London posted an image of a whiteboard that featured what appears to be an 18-song tracklist. The opening cut is shown as Stoney’s hit record “Rockstar,” while the remaining slots are all blank.
“Still awake in the studio,” the story was captioned, “@postmalone finished 4 more songs […] B&B coming soon.”
Coming soon? We’ve heard that before.
Dr. London also said they were beginning to finalize the album’s tracklist, which likely means the recording phase has been completed—or is at least close to being completed.
So far, fans have been blessed with three singles off the long-awaited record. There was the aforementioned opener, as well as “Candy Paint” and “Psycho” featuring Ty Dolla Sign.
Shortly after the album missed its original Dec. 2 release date, Stoney tweeted an apology to his fans and insisted the final product wouldn't disappoint.