• Regina Devaughn

Post Malone drops 'Twelve Carat Toothache'



'Twelve Carat Toothache' is full on emo-trap-pop.


Today has seen the release of Post Malone's fourth studio album. The album feels like we're reading a diary entry where Posty shares some of his deepest and darkest emotions. It switches from trap vibes to pop seamlessly and gives a nod to the 80s on other tracks.


One of the largest vices discussed on this album is Post Malone's clear connection with alcohol. One of the album's songs is even titled 'Love/Hate Letter to Alcohol.'


"You know, when I go in, it's lights out

I couldn't hear a thing 'cause the song was too loud

Last night I had 32 teeth in my mouth

Some went away

Why'd you have to go and f*cking ruin my day?"


The eighth song on the track, the song sees Post Malone seemingly talking about a time where he took a lot of shots, got into a fight and woke up with apparently less teeth than he should've. The song is short but to the point enough for listeners to feel the struggle with the positive and negative aspects of drinking alcohol.


The album contains 14 songs and clocks in at just under 45 minutes. Notable features from the album include Roddy Ricch, Doja Cat, The Kid Laroi, and The Weekend.


Here are some of the best tweets about the Post Malone's latest release:










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