Post Malone is going to be a father!
The “Circles” singer and his girlfriend are expecting their first child, TMZ reported.
The father-to-be celebrated the exciting news with a private party for friends and family in Southern California over the weekend.
The Post said: “I’m “I’m excited about this next chapter in my life, I’m the happiest person I’ve ever been, and I can remember being sad,” she said. “It’s time to take care of my body, my family and my friends and spread as much love as possible every day.”
The identity of the Post’s girlfriend has not been released. According to the report, she’s not famous, and the couple keep their relationship private.
In addition to welcoming her first child, The Post is set to release her long-awaited new album Twelve Carat Toothache on June 3, in collaboration with Doja Cat, Roddy Ricch and The Kid LAROI.
Post Malone Announces Album Release Date
After much anticipation, the singer announced on Friday (June 3rd) that his new album Twelve Carat Toothache will arrive just in time for the summer. The album can now be pre-recorded on Apple Music and Spotify. with Doja Cat he took to Instagram Live to preview some of her new music, including an optimistic duet called “I Like You (A Happypier Song)” and a track called “Cooped Up” with Roddy Ricch. The sequel to Hollywood’s Bleeding in 2019 will also include collaborations with The Kid LAROI and Robin Pecknold.
In November, he released the single “One Right Now”, which peaked at number 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 with The Weeknd.
Twelve Carat Toothache is his shortest album to date and lasts 45 minutes. “Trying to sing 20 to 25 songs doesn’t work,” he told Billboard. “Talking to the record label is like, ‘Oh, if you have fewer songs, you’re not going to broadcast that much’, but everything is that you don’t want to compromise anything on your art and gut vibration.”
According to the Post, the new music “will speak more to how I feel right now: the ups and downs, the ups and downs, the ups and downs, the turmoil and the bipolar aspect of being an artist in the mainstream.”