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Post Malone proved his hard rock bona fides last year when he teamed up with metal icon Ozzy Osbourne on the Hollywood's Bleeding single "Take What You Want." He recently doubled down at a New York karaoke bar when he ripped a killer version of Pantera's 1992 Vulgar Display of Power classic "Walk" during a sesh with Brooklyn band Beach Fossils.
In a video posted by the group, Posty -- wearing a grey turtleneck and plaid jacket -- raps along to some beatboxing from Fossils singer Dustin Payseur before stripping down to a shirtless pose for a guttural shout-along to the Pantera track.
Malone's "Circles" just returned to the top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart for a thrid total week at No. 1. The rapper also debuted some fresh ink on his face during a performance at Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2020 in Times Square when he debuted a medieval-looking hand covered in armor holding a flail along the right side of his face.
Check out the karaoke madness below.
View this post on Instagram Wot U know bout that New York shit?! -- TIMBS ON MY HANDS / TIMBS ON MY FEET. --♂️walk --♂️A post shared by beach fossils (@beachfossilsnyc) on Jan 2, 2020 at 6:10am PST
Wot U know bout that New York shit?! -- TIMBS ON MY HANDS / TIMBS ON MY FEET. --♂️walk --♂️
A post shared by beach fossils (@beachfossilsnyc) on Jan 2, 2020 at 6:10am PST
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