By: Brenna Mata
A Tuesday night never felt so exciting. Fresh off the release of his fourth studio album Twelve Carat Toothache, Post Malone pulled out all the stops (and bops) to a sold out Toyota Center.
Waves of smoke flooded the gigantic, three-catwalk stage as Austin Richard Post graced his presence to Houston fans. Opening the setlist was Reputation, the yearning yet beautiful opening sequence to his latest album. Immediately following his grand entrance, the melancholic vibe flipped to feel good tunes like Wow, Wrapped Around Your Finger and Candy Paint.
You’d never realize how many Post Malone songs you know by heart until you’re at one of his shows, catching yourself letting loose to his radio hits Circles and Sunflower, both of which are multi-platinum selling songs. Whether you prefer his hip hop records or raw acoustic performances, there’s something for everyone on this tour.
Post’s energy was also ecstatic through out. From breaking down some silly dance moves to I Like You (A Happier Song) or his endless grinning while staring around the 19,000-person venue and thanking everyone for being there. The Twelve Carat Tour is with no surprise, his best yet.