Even without ever hearing the song, you already know Post Malone and Swae Lee would make for an excellent pairing. Both vocalists have proven adept at blending accessible melodies with hip-hop flair, largely to impressive commercial results. For some context, Post Malone's Beerbongs & Bentleys may very well go platinum in a single day - the latest trend, it would seem. Oh Joy. Either way, it's a testament to Post's impact; the talented vocalist has managed to endear himself to all manner of fan, from hip-hop, to pop, to rock, to country. A Jack-of-all-trades, to be sure.
Meanwhile, Swae has been solidifying himself as a superstar well within his own right. With his ambitious triple album scheduled to drop on May 4th, it's only fitting to hear him sliding in for the warm-up lap. As it happens, the fruits of their labor is among the album's first vibes, setting the tone for themes to follow.
Musically, "Spoil My Night" is more Bentleys than Beerbongs epitomized, with glossy, hip-pop inspired production. While perhaps not as immediate as the three first singles, this one does feature one key distinction.
For which other song feature the magnificent stanza "point her out so I can bag her if they just bring her to me, I ain't even see the face, but she got beautiful boobies." Post wears his heart on his sleeve.
Yeah, when I walk up in a party, they all act like they know me
Then I spotted lil' mama through the wall of jabronis
Point her out so I can bag her if they just bring her to me
I ain't even see the face, but she got beautiful boobies