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Feeling Like Rockstars, Post Malone & 21 Savage Drop The Video For The No. 1 Song In The Country

By Alox
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The number one song in the country, currently, "Rockstar", gets a visual. (A bloody one at that).

Despite the controversy surrounded by the methods of achieving the top spot, "Rockstar", featuring 21 Savage is nothing short of a hit. Here is what Post had to say on the matter as well.

Now, with his sophomore album, "Beerbongs & Bentleys" scheduled to arrive December 1st, he reveals the first visual representation of it.

The Emil Nava-directed video is more reminiscent of "Kill Bill" or something of the likes, and contains a lot of martial arts, sword fighting, and stunts.

View it now, below:

Above is also a few choice words from an aggravated Stoney.

Do you agree with Post and his statements? How do you feel about the video?

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