How are the first impressions of Post Malone's "Beerbongs & Bentleys?" The HNHH community reacts.
Let the Bud Light flow. Post Malone's long awaited Beerbongs & Bentleys has arrived, and fans have wasted little time in voicing their opinions on the lengthy project. While the lead singles "Candy Paint," "Rockstar" and "Psycho" set the bar high, some were concerned that Post's Stoney followup would be pulled in conflicting directions; more Beerbong than Bentley, or vice versa, depending on who you ask. As it happens, the project's eighteen-track project seems primarily seeped in the hip-pop aesthetic, taking only brief forays into "rock" and "country" territory.
That might be a plus for some, but others may believe Post's versatility is one of his biggest strengths and wasn't showcased accordingly. Case in point, some members of our community accused the project of repetition, while others enjoyed the cohesive vibe. As is often the case with long albums, some of the deeper cuts get overlooked on the initial listen. Still, it's always interesting to see what songs people gravitate toward. A few, like "Same Bitches" and "Zack And Codeine" appear to be early favorites.
As Posty's album was the biggest release of the night, it seemed appropriate to round up the thoughts of our community. While public opinion on J. Cole's K.O.D. seemed generally favorable, Post's Beerbongs & Bentleys seemed to leave fans a little more divided. To be fair, the majority of people tended to enjoy the project, but it's hard to say whether the enthusiasm will grow or wane. Either way, it may still be too early to tell.
Check out some of the most notable reactions to Post Malone's Beerbongs & Bentleys below, courtesy of the HNHH community.