A Review on Post Malone’s “Hollywood’s Bleeding”


Post Malone’s newest album, Hollywood’s Bleeding, has continued to trend for the past few days. On September 4th, he dropped the track list featuring: DaBaby, Future, Halsey, Meek Mill, Lil Baby, Travis Scott, Swae Lee, SZA, Young Thug and even Ozzy Osbourne. His previous album, Beerbongs & Bentleys, was filled with tracks holding positions on the Billboard Top 100 for weeks on weeks. This new album is one big step up from his previous album. The album was released on Friday, September 6th.

Hollywood’s Bleeding:

This track is the album opener, it starts off quite slow and sad with “I just keep on hoping that you’ll call me, you say you want to see me but you can’t right now”. As the song continues, it transitions into a very upbeat sound and sings about how Hollywood’s standards are changing. How everyone around him is also changing by drugs. He states “They seem like dying young is an honor”. Talking about recent rappers that have passed (Lil peep, XXXTENTACION) and Mac Miller who he was very close with.

Enemies (feat. DaBaby):

“Used to keep ’em close now they’re dead to me” This song sounds like your typical upbeat Post Malone song but it really talks about how so many people have betrayed him and disrespected him to the point he does not care anymore. With how upbeat the song is and how careless he talks about his “enemies”, it is the number one song for Post Malone on Apple Music, Spotify and Google Play.

Take What You Want (feat. Ozzy Osbourne & Travis $cott):

This song is in no doubt the rock song of the album. Post Malone’s is known to use all types of genres throughout one album and that’s not a bad thing. Diversity really makes Post Malone the artist all ages can love. Ozzy Osbourne is on the track and he made a groundbreaking pair with Stoney, “Take what you want from me ,Take what you need for me, Take what you want and go”. This song combines hip hop from Post Malone and rock from Ozzy.


This song sounds very pop-ish and has a consistent beat that continues throughout the whole song. It’s all about falling out of love with someone, that love goes in circles and after time the love goes cold. It wouldn’t be a true Post Malone  album without one of his classic heartbreak songs.

Other songs on this album that were not reviewed in this article, but you should definitely still check out, are:

Saint-Tropez, Allergic, A Thousand Bad Times, Die For Me, On The Road, I’m Gonna Be, Staring At The Sun, Sunflower, Internet, Goodbyes, Myself, I Know, and Wow.

I give this album a 10/10 rating, every track on this album is just as good as the next, Post never disappoints.

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