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Post Malone and Blake Shelton Crack Open a Cold One on ‘Pour Me a Drink’

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The long-teased collaboration will appear on Malone’s upcoming country album, F-1 Trillion, out in August

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE - JUNE 06: (L-R) Blake Shelton and Post Malone perform onstage at Spotify House during CMA Fest 2024 - Day 1 at Ole Red on June 06, 2024 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Brett Carlsen/Getty Images for Spotify)

Blake Shelton and Post Malone performed “Pour Me a Drink” at CMA Fest; a studio version is out now. Brett Carlsen/Getty Images

Post Malone and Blake Shelton have finally sidled up to the bar with the official release of their long-teased collaboration, “Pour Me a Drink.” 

The track is a classic country rocker, with Posty and Shelton trading verses about soothing life’s woes — and perhaps finding your next great love — with the help of a full glass. (Expect Malone to perform it live when he delivers a free, Bud Light-sponsored concert, “A Night in Nashville,” on July 16.)

Malone first teased the song on Instagram a couple weeks ago, and earlier this month, he and Shelton played it twice in one night during CMA Fest in Nashville: First, they delivered a full-band version at Nissan Stadium, then they shared a stripped-back acoustic rendition at Shelton’s Ole Red Bar during the Spotify House takeover. (The Nissan Stadium performance will air as part of the CMA Fest special on ABC, June 25.)

“Pour Me a Drink” is the second offering from Post Malone’s eagerly anticipated country album, F-1 Trillion, following his hit collaboration with Morgan Wallen, “I Had Some Help.” Post Malone confirmed the album’s title and release date — Aug. 16 — earlier this week. But no other details about the 18-track album, like song titles or additional guests, have been released yet. 

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Malone has gone full country in 2024, kicking off this new era in April with a surprise performance at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. A few weeks later, he hit the stage at Stagecoach, where he performed a set of country covers and was joined by Brad Paisley, Dwight Yoakam, and Sara Evans.

He also popped up at the 2024 Academy of Country Music Awards, played with Billy Strings at Bonnaroo, honored Dickey Betts with a cover of “Ramblin’ Man” with Reba McEntire, and collaborated with Beyoncé on her Cowboy Carter track “Levii’s Jeans.”

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