Post Malone seems determined to prove that he can breach the limits of genre by creating music beyond the rap-pop he is known for. Incorporating components of country, hip hop, and trap into his music, Malone is now set to take on grunge.
In a recent announcement, the 24-year-old revealed that he will be dropping a new live stream set, comprising solely of Nirvana covers.
Post Malone is set to release a live stream of Nirvana covers through YouTube which will be available in Australia on Saturday morning (25th April).
Known for having Nirvana-inspired tattoos and having covered a song or two in the past, Malone is taking his admiration for the band to a whole new level. But the set won’t just be for the fun of it, Post Malone will perform as part of a fundraiser for the emergency response teams who are at the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic.
All funds will be donated to The United Nations Foundation’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for The World Health Organization (WHO). And with current President Donald Trump failing to adhere to the recommendations set out by WHO and America facing a spike in death rates due to the virus, everyone is welcoming efforts to support emergency response teams.
Sit tight until Saturday for what is sure to be an exciting set for Post Malone fans, in the meantime check out this teaser released by the artist: