Post Malone Releases His First Mixtape 'August 26th'

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(Radio.com) Dallas rapper and Justin Bieber's buddy Post Malone released his first official mixtape on Friday (May 13). Titled August 26th, the project features 2 Chainz, Jeremih, Lil Yachty, Jaden Smith and more.

Lately rappers have exhibited a "bigger is better" mentality when it comes to their mixtapes, but Post Malone limits the project to 10 tracks. The first track "Never Understand" featuring Larry June has a chill vibe that can be felt all the way down to Post Malone's slightly auto tuned vocals.

But August 26th isn't limited to one sound. Instead, it shows off an array of styles from the more upbeat "God Damn" featuring 1st, to the sexy bedroom jam "F-" featuring Jeremih. The one person who's missing, though, is Bieber himself. Download or stream August 26th here.

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