Post Malone finally released his highly anticipated sophomore album Beerbongs & Bentleys on Friday (April 27), and as expected, it includes some star-studded collaborations.

The two previously released singles from the record, “rockstar” and “Psycho,” featured 21 Savage and Ty Dolla $ign, respectively. Some the biggest names in the industry, including Nicki Minaj, G-Eazy and Swae Lee also contribute their talents to the sure-to-be-a-smash album.

Posty has had a long history link-ups and remixes for his music, and we’re here to break down the rapper’s five best collaborations that are definitely worth a listen.

“Feel” (feat. Kehlani)
“You whisper in my ear and tell me ‘feel,’” Kehlani seductively muses in her verse the smooth melody featured on Malone’s debut record, Stoney. Post Malone and Kehlani make the ideal duo as the newest golden children hip-hop/R&B, and the “Feel” reflects the best both their talents.

“Déjà Vu” (feat. Justin Bieber)
Fun Fact: Post Malone actually opened for Bieber’s Purpose World Tour back in 2016, and the two immediately became friends. It’s no surprise that they soon linked up musically to create “Déjà Vu,” a tune that’s so catchy, the listener can’t help but sway their hips along to the beat.

“rockstar (Remix)” (feat. Nicky Jam & Ozuna)
There’s nothing better than a Spanish remix a hip-hop song, and Nicky Jam along with Ozuna deliver the perfect Latin flavor without sacrificing the infectious “Man, I feel just like a rock star” hook.

Fade (Kanye West feat. Post Malone and Ty Dolla $ign)
Before working together on “Psycho,” both Posty and Ty hopped on West’s “Fade,” featured on 2016’s Life Pablo. The track samples Mr. Finger’s “Mystery Love,” which explains the unique funk and electronic crossover.

Burning Man (watt feat. Post Malone)
The drum beat and guitar solo in this one create head-banging tune, proving that Post Malone can effectively dip his toes in rock music. “Hey, and I'm all out tequila/And me and lil' mama drop more acid than a Beatle,” Malone raps on the opening verse. watt's soaring vocals make “Burning Man” an underrated jam.

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