Post Malone Wields a Samurai Sword in Bloody Music Video for 'Rockstar' Ft. 21 Savage

One of the scenes finds Post, wrapped up in a white suit, showcasing his rap skill as he cuts a swathe through a group of bodyguards.

AceShowbiz - After topping Billboard Hot 100 chart for five consecutive weeks, %cPost Malone%'s hit song "Rockstar" featuring %c21 Savage% finally gets a music video. The 22-year-old rapper unveiled the visuals on November 22.

The music video, which was directed by Emil Nava, opens with a warning which reads, "The following video contains explicit content and depicts graphic violence which may be offensive to some viewers. Viewer discretion is advised." The scene then shows Post, wrapped up in a white suit, displaying his rap skill as he cuts a swathe through a group of bodyguards with a samurai sword.

21 Savage appears in the middle of the clip. Clad in a black suit, the Atlanta rapper spits his lines while sitting on a podium. "Livin' like a rockstar, smash out on a cop car/ Sweeter than a Pop-Tart, you know you are not hard," he raps. "I done made the hot chart, 'member I used to trap hard/ Livin' like a rockstar, I'm livin' like a rockstar."

In addition to the release of the music video, Post has revealed that his sophomore album "Beerbongs & Bentleys" will make its way out to stores on December 1. "It's gonna be done. I'm gonna finish it this week," he said. "It'll be out on December 1 at midnight."

In an interview with Billboard, the rapper detailed the said album, saying that it's going to be "more eclectic" than his debut album "Stoney". Post added that there would be a lot of "special stuff" on the album, including songs from %cMotley Crue% and %cTy Dolla $ign%. There are also some live drums on the records.

"There's a lot of stuff there. I played more guitar on the record. I got some live drums on the record," he shared. "It's such a broad span of music and I think it all comes together in such a weird way that I think it's going to be one of the best records of the year."

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