Post Malone has been making some pretty huge waves in the music industry for the past few years. The hip-hop, R&B, and pop legend burst onto the scene in 2016 with his debut album Stoney – and the rest has been history. With three American Music Awards, nine Grammy nominations, and ten Billboard Music Awards, Post Malone has had hit after hit.
Spotify is one great way to check out all the new and best music, and this streaming service can let fans know what is the most popular music out there. It’s time to listen to some tunes and celebrate the best beats of Post Malone.
Updated on April 7th, 2022 by Anthony Farese: With another year in the books, Post Malone has successfully continued his dominant run atop the charts. The upstate New York native was the twenty-first highest-streamed artist on Spotify in 2021, with hit songs such as “One Right Now” racking up over 200 million streams despite coming out in November. Post Malone songs continue to be mega-hits, while his most popular songs which are older releases continue to rack up massive streaming totals as well.
10 White Iverson- 903 Million Streams
I’m ballin’, I’m ballin’, Iverson on youWatch out, watch out, watch out, yeah
“White Iverson” is the song that gained Post Malone his first taste of fame, and for good reason. The relaxing, spacey song has been a vibe since its release in 2015 as the first single for his first album.
Malone compares himself to NBA legend and part-time actor Allen Iverson, and deservedly so. Both have found massive success in their field, and this song helped Malone find it in his. It remains one of his biggest hits to this day.
9 Goodbyes (Feat. Young Thug) – 963 Million Streams
‘Cause I need to be saved, too
I’m no good at goodbyes
Post Malone is pretty well-known for having a featured artist on his songs, and much of his top ten includes one. This 2019 hit from Hollywood’s Bleeding is an example of one and is perfect for any occasion. Malone teamed up with southern crooner Young Thug to make the hit “Goodbyes“.
Malone is the king of ‘feel good’ jams that also hit deep. This song has been listened to almost a billion times, and every time seems better than the last.
8 Wow. – 1.3 Billion Streams
It’s a moment when I show up, got ‘em sayin’ “wow”
“Wow” received a nomination at the Billboard Music Awards for Top Rap Song, and this 2019 tune from Hollywood’s Bleeding was certainly worthy of the honor.
The music video is also worthy of saying “wow” to, and that really the best word to describe this hit tune. With over a billion streams, it continues to stay at the top of daily mixes everywhere.
7 Psycho (Feat. Ty Dolla $ign) – 1.3 Billion Streams
My roof look like a no-show, got diamonds by the boat load
Don’t act like you my friend when I’m rolling through my ends though
This is the song that everyone will immediately start singing to as soon as it starts to play. Teaming up with the recognizable voice of Ty Dolla $ign, all fans loved “Psycho” when the song first got released in 2018, and the music video is more than memorable.
If someone isn’t a big fan of Post Malone, this might actually be the song they’d mention if they were asked to name one by this artist. Millions have listened to it on repeat.
6 I Fall Apart – 1.3 Billion Streams
Ooh I fall apart, down to my core, I fall apart, down to my core
This is the contemporary R&B side of Post Malone. Released back in 2016, “I Fall Apart” certainly pushed Post Malone towards fame. Although it’s one of his earliest hits, it still dominates his Spotify presence.
With over a billion streams, everyone is feeling the feels when they sway to this tune – and after six years, it’s still kicking.
5 Congratulations (Feat. Quavo) – 1.5 Billion Streams
People hatin’, say we changed and look we made it – yeah we made it
With Quavo, one-third of the rap group Migos, at his side, “Congratulations” is a hit that will always have a spot on most playlists. Also back from 2016, the Stoney album will also always have a place in all fans’ hearts.
4 Better Now – 1.6 Billion Streams
You know I never meant to let you down
Woulda gave you anything
Woulda gave you everything
Everyone is a little bit better now after Post Malone released “Better Now” in 2018, as part of Beerbongs & Bentleys. With over 1.3 billion streams, it’s safe to say that everyone has heard this one.
Again, there’s something about this artist that makes fans feel every single one of his lyrics. The beat to this song is also iconic, and fans will continue to stream it for a long time.
3 Circles – 1.7 Billion Streams
Seasons change and our love went cold
Feed the flame ’cause we can’t let it go
Run away, but we’re running in circles
This song is the perfect jam for that chill and content mood, and if fans aren’t in one yet, they will be after listening to it. “Circles” might be the epitome of everything fans love about Post Malone.
Everyone will be dancing in circles when they listen to this song and add to the 1.7 billion streams. This is a tune that can be sung through the seasons.
2 Sunflower (Feat. Swae Lee) – 2.2 Billion Streams
Then you’re left in the dust
Unless I stuck by ya
You’re the sunflower
From Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, “Sunflower” is one song that really hasn’t gotten old, and probably never will. As far as rap songs in movies go, this one broke records and continues to stay on people’s playlists.
One of his most recent hits, it’s also undoubtedly one of his biggest. This song reached people of all ages after appearing in a Spider-Man film, so it’s no surprise it has surpassed 2 billion streams on Spotify.
1 Rockstar (Feat. 21 Savage) – 2.4 Billion Streams
Man, I feel just like a rockstar
If Post Malone was big after his debut album, this song made him huge. In 2018, Posty came out swinging with Atlanta-based rapper 21 Savage alongside him for the smash hit “Rockstar“.
With over 2 billion streams, this song will always be one of the reasons that fans can’t enough of Post Malone. He’s certainly become a modern-day rockstar, and all of his fans will be streaming it again and again on Spotify.
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