Ballin’ out

Post Malone. Photo by Leon Laing.

Post Malone. Photo by Leon Laing.

It’s NBA All-Star Weekend. So it seemed fitting for Post Malone to kick off his set at the Bryce Jordan Center with “White Iverson,” his career changing song inspired by Allen Iverson.

The white rapper-singer told The Breakfast Club he asked Iverson to be in the “White Iverson” video, but Iverson was unable to make it. Post opened up for Fetty Wap on Feb. 13. The weather was bone-chilling that night, but concertgoers still packed the State College-based venue. Post, 20, hails from Dallas, Texas. Before “Too Young” dropped, Post said he dedicated the song to some late rappers including A$AP Yams. Yams, Rocky and the rest of the A$AP Mob appeared at the BJC on Nov. 10, 2011. Post also performed “Tear$” after a few people in the crowd requested it. He did his verse on “Tear$” as well as the verse for rapper 1st.

The day after the concert, Kanye West released his highly anticipated The Life of Pablo album. Post (and Ty Dolla $ign) are featured on “Fade,” the last song on the album. Post showed his love for Ye, wearing his black Yeezy 750 Boost kicks during the show. The rest of his outfit was all black everything, too: ripped jeans and puffer jacket. Like Lil Wayne, Post is known for his Cheshire cat smile, replete with gold fronts. After the show, Post posed for a photo for our website, smoked a cig outside and headed to the parking lot with his girlfriend.

Post Malone. Photo by Leon Laing.

Post Malone. Photo by Leon Laing.

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