"It’s a lifestyle," Post Malone told us back in September about his hit single "Rockstar." Over a booming beat, Malone and 21 Savage drop lines about girls, drugs, and money in such a blasé way that it feels almost incomprehensible to the average person. But the song isn't about relatability. Instead, it's three minutes of escapism, allowing the listener to inhabit a world and mindset usually privy to a select few. "Rockstar" succeeds because of this seductive glimpse—an anthem for both those that know, and those that wish they did.—Katie Kelly