Post Malone has revealed that his highly-anticipated third album, Hollywood’s Bleeding, is set to be released in just over a week.

Back in April of 2018, Post Malone unleashed his second album, beerbongs & bentleys. Coming four months later than first planned, it was worth the wait, with the release going on to break a number of records in the process, including Spotify’s first-day streaming count.

Since then, ol’ Posty has been hard at work on the touring circuit, but managing to find time to throw down some new tunes. Having released ‘Sunflower’ on the Spider-Man soundtrack, before both ‘Wow’ and ‘Goodbyes’ were shared to great acclaim, fans have been wondering when we might hear album number three.

While the musician revealed last month that he had wrapped up the new record, noting it’s “gonna be pretty goddamn out of sight,” manager Dre London soon confirmed the news, calling it the “album of the year” in an Instagram post.

Now, the official details have dropped, and we’ve barely got any time to prepare ourselves.

Check out social posts from Post Malone and Dre London:

Taking to social media overnight, Post Malone simply shared a message revealing that something was set to be arriving on September 6th, before noting that Hollywood’s Bleeding is set to be the title of his upcoming record.

Before long, Dre London hit up Instagram to confirm this news as well. “It’s been hard trying to keep this info away from the [world] especially when it’s gonna be the best birthday present ever! let’s all celebrate together. “Album Is Called Hollywood’s Bleeding & is [fire].”

While there’s no word as yet in regards to the official tracklist, it does look as though fans might be getting the chance to hear ‘Circles’ on the final product, with a snippet of the track previously having been uploaded to YouTube by Post Malone himself.

Whatever the case, you can be sure there’s a few more records set to be broken by Post Malone in the coming weeks and months.

Check out ‘Goodbyes’ by Post Malone:

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