Post Malone Perform “Cooped Up” With Roddy Ricch on ‘Saturday Night Live’

Post Malone is having another banner year.

The Grammy-nominated artist hit Studio 8h this week to serve as the musical guest of Saturday Night Live alongside host Selena Gomez. The concert marking Malone’s SNL debut ended with fans counting down the days to 2019’s much-anticipated sequel to Hollywood’s Bleeding, the Twelve Carat Toothache album.

Malone kicked things off with a performance of the previously released single “Cooped Up,” featuring Roddy Ricch.

You can check out Malone’s SNL performance below.

“It’s a super strange thing. For the longest time, I lost my passion for making music,” he said. “You know, I’ve lost – I lost that drive. But then there was this moment, one moment that snapped—because it’s been three years, just about. And one moment that snapped and I said, ‘You know what? This is why I’m here, and this is what I want to do, This is what I was meant to do … make medium music for people to enjoy.”

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Malone recently announced he and his girlfriend are expecting their first child together.

“I’m excited for this next chapter in my life,” he told TMZ about his family addition. “I’m the happiest I’ve ever been, and for since I could remember I was sad. Time to take care of my body and my family and friends, and spread as much love as we can every day.”

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Post Malone And Roddy Ricch Team Up On ‘COOPED UP’

Nearly three years since his last album, Post Maloneis featured in roddy ricch’s new single “Cooped Up“.

In the rising anthem co-produced by Louis Bell, the Post officially kicks off the Posty season.

“I’m about to pull it up, I push the button, I pull the curtain / And I’ve been waiting a long time, now I have to get back to the surface,” Roddy extorted his collaborator. And Posty took me on her first tour date / She made me rock every night in sold-out arenas.

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