Shortly after the explosion of "White Iverson" back in 2015, an old video surfaced of Post Malone covering a Bob Dylan song that hinted at a deeper musical talent than most expected from the young artist.

Since then, he's proven to be more than a one-hit wonder with the success of 4x platinum hit "Congratulations" and an impressively diverse debut album, Stoney. Then, this week at a show in Boston, he pulled out a sparkling acoustic guitar and tried his hand at the unplugged version of Nirvana's "All Apologies" (from their third album In Utero).

Not an easy task, Post managed to channel Kurt Cobain's intensity from the original with ragged, emotional vocals of his own. You can see the clip above and continue for Cobain's classic acoustic version on MTV Unplugged below. 

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