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Post Malone Says Collaborating With Kanye Is Like “Working With Jesus”

Last week, the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles hosted an intimate session with Post Malone. The Platinum-selling musician sat down with executive director Scott Goldman to discuss his rapid ascent to success and his experience working with the industry’s best. He talked about his upcoming projects and shared insights on his relationship with Justin Bieber, […]
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