After numerous delays, Post Malone's long-awaited debut album is finally here. Stoney is Post Malone's second full-length project of the year following May's August 26th mixtape, which was initially supposed to announce the release date of Stoney. After the initial delay, Post announced on Twitter that the album would be on its way later this year, and he's remained true to his word by finally delivering Stoney.
Featuring appearances from his tour mate Justin Bieber, Quavo, and Kehlani, Stoney expands upon the sounds of Post's previous singles and then some. From the moment the album opens with the cinematic "Broken Whiskey Glass," it's evident that Post is committed to delivering more than just an album length version of his breakthrough single "White Iverson." Branching out of the familiar lanes, Post clearly put a lot of effort into his debut album, bringing in a lot of talent to help him achieve his vision.
Despite the variety on display, the album definitely hones in on a particular aesthetic. Atop the consistently strong production, Post Malone showcases exactly what he's capable of and then some. Stoney features production from the likes of DJ Mustard, Frank Dukes, FKi, Metro Boomin, and Illangelo among others.
Listen to the album in full via Spotify below.