Post Malone played a snippet of "Sunflower" from the upcoming "Spider-Man" movie.
Post Malone is a perpetual hit-making machine. It seems as though everything the man touches turns to gold. His appearance last night on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon brought forth many newsworthy moments. The main source of buzz though has to have been when he previewed 10 seconds of his upcoming song.
It's difficult to keep track of just how many weeks Posty has been on the Billboard charts consecutively. This year has proven to be record-breaking for him, passing Michael Jackson (!!!) for the most weeks spent in the Top 10 on Billboard's R&B/Hip-Hop Album chart with Stoney. Stoney continues to prove people wrong about Post and his follow-up, beerbongs & bentleys, has also been on the chart since its release. When we say he makes hits, we're not playing around. He debuted his upcoming track "Sunflower" on the late-night television show, teasing yet another song that could prove to be an enormous success for him.
He only played 10 seconds but it sounds like it could very well be the man's next hit. The release date is still unknown but it will likely be dropping around the release of Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse, considering it was recorded for the film.
Post joked that he hadn't even heard the song yet, bobbing his head ferociously while it played and telling Fallon, "it's a vibe." After hearing such a short section of it, we're practically begging to hear more. Malone certainly knows how to keep his fans interested. Listen to the snippet at around 2:53 in the video below and let us know if you're excited for it to release.