“We Doin’ This or What, Post Malone?”: Luke Combs’ New Teaser Has Country Fans Buzzing

With country music hosting top names like Jelly Roll, Lainey Wilson, Morgan Wallen, and Luke Combs, the genre also welcomed stars like Beyonce and Post Malone. Over the last few years, country music has slowly been entering a new era and with Beyonce dominating the charts with her album Cowboy Carter, it seems that Post Malone is preparing for his entrance into the genre with his upcoming album. For some time now, Post Malone teased fans with a country album, which he named F-1 Trillion. And with the album set to release in August, it seems that the tracklist comes packed with collaborations including one song with Combs. 

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Wanting to get fans excited about Post Malone’s first country album, Combs decided to share a snippet of his collaboration with the singer on Twitter. Although posting a few verses of their song “Guy For That”, the post gained nearly three million views in less than 24 hours. The song features the duo talking about the sting of lost love and how they needed “someone to put her tires back in the drive.

Jumping to the comments, fans shared their love for the new collaboration even though the whole song was not released. Comments included, “This might be better than Morgan Wallen and Blake Shelton! I really like this one man! This fits both of yall very well and the lyrics are so good!! Btw the production is awesome.” Another person added, “Post Malone doing country collabs have been one of the best things to happen this year.”

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Luke Combs Recalls Taking The Stage With Tracy Chapman

Outside of working with Post Malone, Combs shared a special moment this year when he performed at the Grammy Awards with icon Tracy Chapman on “Fast Car.” Speaking about the opportunity, Combs explained their first interaction. “It was just really easy, man. We just talked about music, talked about that song. I fangirled for sure, asking her about how’d you make this record and why’d you decide to do this, which is awesome to get, to have know, you hardly ever get to have those conversations with people that you admire. And so that was really cool, man.”

While believing the performance would never happen, Combs is still shocked he was able to share the stage with Chapman as his stardom continues to grow.

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