Post Malone and Swae Lee Share New Black-and-White "Sunflower" Video Featuring Studio Footage

Post Malone and Swae Lee's 'Spider-Man' cut gets a proper video.

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Post Malone and Swae Lee's "Sunflower" had previously been given the traditional soundtrack single treatment with regards to its YouTube presence. Indeed, back in October, the two shared a Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse clips-stacked video for their Billboard Hot 100 hit. Now, fans have been given a new Spider-Manless video that's loaded with behind-the-scenes footage captured in aesthetic-friendly black-and-white.

"Me and this guy right here, he's the genius behind everything and we're just makin' trouble," Malone, with Lee behind him, tells the camera in a red carpet clip that serves as the new video's intro. See the full video, which arrived late Wednesday and also includes bits from the studio, up top now via YouTube.

Malone, who initially had designs on dropping a "new body of work" before 2018's end, gave some insight on what fans may can expect next from him in a recent interview with Hits Daily Double. "I like everything—metal, old country, hip-hop, funk and R&B," he said in October when asked if genre meant anything to him anymore. "What I'm not into is boxes. I don't put people in boxes. There are no genres anymore. If a song makes you feel nice or it makes you feel sad or if it makes you feel anything, what does it really matter what category it is?"

Beerbongs & Bentleys, which features another Swae Lee collab titled "Spoil My Night," is up for multiple potential honors at this year's 61st Grammy Awards. Malone is also on the bill for NBC's upcoming Elvis All-Star Tribute.

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