?While most records need time to build and make their way up the Hot 100 chart, Post Malone’s “Rockstar,” featuring 21 Savage, has wasted no time since its September 15 release, debuting at No. 2. The record has stood firm in that spot in the two weeks since, and currently trails only Cardi B’s chart-topping hit “Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)” on the chart.
While “Rockstar” hasn’t even been around for a full month, the single has already accrued 150 million-plus Spotify streams and a handful of excellent reworks, both remixes and covers.
?Able Heart – Rockstar (Post Malone Cover)
Philly native John Paciolla, formerly known as trap producer Jayden Parx, completely reinvents himself under a brand new moniker. Cue Able Heart, a multi-faceted act who can confidently flex his talents as a singer and producer. Paciolla’s take on Post Malone’s “Rockstar” is sensuous, rich and captivating.
Post Malone feat. 21 Savage – Rockstar (Jerry Folk Remix)
This “Rockstar” remix by Jerry Folk is not only refreshing, but incredibly innovative. He flips the hip-hop hit into a jazzy jam to kick back to. Folk pitches up Post’s vocals and breathes new life into the record. Anybody else want to hear this rendition live?
Post Malone feat. 21 Savage – Rockstar (Crankdat Re-Crank)
Prepare your body for a bright trap explosion. Crankdat‘s future bass “re-crank” of Malone’s hit injects a heavy dose of energetic bass into the down-tempo anthem’s gangster walk. This will have you bouncin’ off the walls and mean muggin at the same damn time.
DADDY ROCK – “Rockstar (Post Malone Cover)
It feels strange to imagine “Rockstar” as a metal record, but DADDY ROCK quickly change that with their gritty rock cover of the single.
Post Malone feat. 21 Savage – “Rockstar” (Fingerstyle Guitar Cover)
Eddie van der Meer’s fingerstyle guitar cover of “Rockstar” really just shows you how great the song is from a melodic standpoint. Be sure to watch this beautiful rendition till the very end.