Post Malone Drops “Better Now” Video with a Montage of Public Performances (Review)
After appearing on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, and releasing a snippet of upcoming music, last week, Post released a much-awaited video for “Better Now” single. The black-and-white music video features a nonstop reel of clips from Post Malone’s different public appearances.
“Better Now” appears in Post Malone’s second studio album titled ‘Beerbongs & Bentleys’ released in April 2018. The song was the fifth single from the album, and one of the biggest tracks from Malone’s career. The song charted above top 10 on multiple countries with #1 rankings in US, UK, New Zealand and Sweden. In sales, the song was marked Platinum by RIAA in the US, Australia, Canada, Sweden and New Zealand.
Justrandomthing’s lyrics analysis summarizes that “Better Now” speaks about a post-breakup scenario in which the singer is trying hard to move on justifying his actions. The singer knows that his lover is worse off after the relationship, but is too proud and hurt to admit it. It is a sad song overall.
Watch “Better Now” Video by Post Malone
Directed by Adam Degross, the music video released today features several clips from Post Malone’s public shows. The videos go on to show how Post has skyrocketed in fame and popularity since that trivial song release in 2015. In a recent sit down with Jimmy Fallon, Post explained how everything after the release of “White Iverson” has been one surreal experience after the next.
The music video captures how true of an emcee Post has become within a very short period of time. How he is able to move a massive gathering with just his vocals is quite impressive. Within 3 years, Post Malone has gone from nobody to one of the biggest stars in the world. Even more, the video captures what a humble and happy soul Malone is, even in backstage.
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