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  • Summary: The second full-length release for the rapper features guest appearaces from 21 Savage, G-Eazy, Swae Lee, Nicki Minaj, Ty Dolla $ign, and YG.
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Rockstar
Hahahahaha Tank God Beats Ayy, I've been fuckin' hoes and poppin' pillies Man, I feel just like a rockstar (star) Ayy, ayy, all my brothers got that... See the rest of the song lyrics
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 10
  2. Negative: 0 out of 10
  1. May 1, 2018
    80
    Beerbongs & Bentleys contains banger after banger; it's an incredible drug-induced album.
  2. 70
    There are occasional intrusions of other ideas, like the agonized rock on “Over Now,” and when far more formalist artists like Nicki Minaj or G-Eazy arrive, they sound like teachers trying to enforce order in detention. But in total, Beerbongs & Bentleys is admirably committed to form, one long song of the decontextualized now.
  3. May 7, 2018
    56
    This moment of fuzzed-out, fucked-up pop music with questionably scant odes to rap music is not designed for posterity. To his credit, Post gets that, and is content to make overlong albums where every song can be a single. Not every song on beerbongs and bentleys can be a single, but there’s enough of them hiding in there to make it one of 2018’s more rewarding releases.
  4. May 2, 2018
    50
    By no stretch of the imagination is Beerbongs & Bentleys a good album, but it’s admirable in its commitment to its strangely singular dirtbag vision of L.A. luxury. It isn’t consistent enough to mold Post Malone fully into the Soundcloud rap version of Ed Sheeran, but it will certainly allow him to stick around for at least a few more years.
  5. 42
    “Same Bitches” sounds like a song Ty Dolla $ign once made and ultimately scrapped, and Post was more than happy to turn another man’s trash into his treasure, no matter how awkward or forced he sounds among more natural fits G-Eazy and YG.
  6. May 1, 2018
    40
    The 18 tracks of Beerbongs become an ouroboros of new-money narcissism: Post's obsession with flexing, partying, and banging groupies feeds a growing paranoia that the people around him only like him for exactly those attributes. And it is no small irony that the album's most convincing moments occur when he drops the cool rapper pretense and gets all lonesome cowboy.
  7. May 1, 2018
    40
    Beerbongs & Bentleys’ defects might be less evident in smaller doses, if you consider it less as an album than a collection of songs made for picking and choosing, for filleting on to playlists, then the aforementioned hooks, choruses and production touches might well outweigh the repetitiousness and predictability.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 21 out of 40
  2. Negative: 10 out of 40
  1. May 1, 2018
    10
    Stoney was an absolute mess to me. it had no depth and I could never get a true feel for it, however though B&B has its dull moments I feltStoney was an absolute mess to me. it had no depth and I could never get a true feel for it, however though B&B has its dull moments I felt compelled to give it a perfect score based on the growth alone. Post Malone has gone from a wannabe soundcloud rapper to a potential artist. Watching him perform "Stay" live in Nashville has convinced me that Mr. Malone has some great potential. As I said before, the album itself is by no means a perfect 10, rather more of a strong six to a light seven. However, his growth as an artist is so intriguing that I gave it a 10. The transformation within two years is amazing. I'm excited to watch this man grow more and perhaps create a true 10/10 piece in the future. Expand
  2. Jun 20, 2018
    10
    Beerbongs & Bentleys contains banger after banger and I really like this album. I really like his music!
  3. Apr 13, 2019
    8
    I enjoy almost all of the tracks on BB&B, and is definitely a step up from Stoney. The production value is 10 times better, and the album as aI enjoy almost all of the tracks on BB&B, and is definitely a step up from Stoney. The production value is 10 times better, and the album as a whole feels more complete. I gave it an 8/10 because towards the end, it all gets a bit lost for me. I feel like the album should have been made shorter, as over an hour of Post is too much for me sometimes. However, none of the songs on their own are bad, and are all very enjoyable. Expand
  4. May 3, 2018
    7
    I like Austin as a person the more i see of him (h3 podcast folks wassup!) but I don't know if I get down with the trap that's kind of takenI like Austin as a person the more i see of him (h3 podcast folks wassup!) but I don't know if I get down with the trap that's kind of taken over what's popular at the moment, it seems like to grow as a musician he needs to take more risks and innovate more and develop his own sound. He seems like he's keeping up with trends more than he's pushing boundaries and he needs to get raw and real with his audience and somehow translate that thru his music. Still, he does what he does better than some of the other folks and soundcloud rappers in the game. I'd give it a 7 based on that. Expand
  5. Nov 11, 2018
    6
    Although some songs becomes bland and generic, the album is overall very chill to listen to and got several bangers on it. It’s a good albumAlthough some songs becomes bland and generic, the album is overall very chill to listen to and got several bangers on it. It’s a good album to just chill out to.

    Favorite Tracks: Better Now, Paranoid, Stay

    Least Favorite Track: Zack & Codeine

    My Rating: Decent 7/10
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  6. Dec 3, 2018
    3
    Very boring album. Many songs sound like each other. Large step down from Stoney.
  7. Oct 3, 2018
    0
    Can anyone explain to me why Post Malone is famous? It can't be because of good music, because this "album" is an aural crime. It can't beCan anyone explain to me why Post Malone is famous? It can't be because of good music, because this "album" is an aural crime. It can't be because of music talent, because you have to create something compelling, which Post Malone cannot do. It can't be because of looks. Just look at Post Malone, enough said. Something is...off Expand

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