Post Malone's "White Iverson" Might Be One of the Hardest Songs to Drop This Year, So Far

This kid might have a hit on his hands.

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It seems like just about everyone on Twitter is  talking about Post Malone and his new single, "White Iverson." And for good reason—the kid has talent. There's not a lot out about Malone, but he might just have a hit on his hands with this new track, which features a little bit of singing, a little bit of rapping, and a whole lot of swag over the tranquilizing FKI production. Thanks to some extremely catchy crooning, Malone transforms into the white Allen Iverson, as he mixes in punchline after punchline about partying with women, doing drugs, and name-dropping NBA players. The hook alone is a treat, as Post Malone masterfully sings, "White Iverson, when I started balling I was young, you gon' think about me when I'm gone, I need that money like the ring I never won."

With only 406 followers on Twitter, and one other song on his Soundcloud page, Post Malone is virtually unknown right now, but that doesn't change the fact that "White Iverson" might be the hardest song released in 2015 so far. Check it out below.


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