A TikTok Resurfaced An Old Post Malone Video And Dear God, Send It Into The Fiery Pits Of Hell

A TikTok has resurfaced an old music video Post Malone made before he became famous, and can someone please just douse it in petrol and set it on fire??

Many know Post Malone for his recent music, but very few know of his earlier work. And by earlier work I am referring to ‘Why Don’t You Love Me? (feat. Jazzy Eff). Ever heard of it? Yeah didn’t think so. Only *real* fans know this track.

TikTok user Pat Cren is clearly a *real* fan and was ahead of the curb in discovering the Pre Malone track.


Came a long way 😭 #rap #postmalone

♬ original sound – Pat Cren

Hipsters everywhere are kicking themselves wishing they had discovered this gem before it went viral on TikTok.

Thankfully, I have gone to the trouble of finding the full song. Look it wasn’t particularly difficult, but for the sake of sounding dramatic, let’s pretend I spent hours trying to find it.

“What the heck?” What the heck indeed.

Ok clearly this song was either a school project or just a couple of bored friends trying to kill time. But technically it IS Post Malone’s first song AND it low-key slaps. Forget what I said about setting this song on fire, what I ACTUALLY meant was set this song on fire because it’s LIT AF.

If I had to pick my favourite Post Malone song this would be it, followed closely by Jackie Chan ft Tiësto and Dzeko. Lyrically I have no fucking idea what is going on in either. But just going off the vibe, both these songs are elite tier.

It’s also a bit FUN to see Post Malone sans tattoos. I guess this was before he was “Always Tired.” There was a visible spring in his step back then, he was but a mere meme lord.

I would definitely drink Mountain Dew and eat Doritos with Pre Malone, he looks fucking cool.

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