Post Malone has previewed a new collaboration with Blake Shelton

Post Malone and Blake Shelton have a duet on the way.



Post Malone and Blake Shelton have recorded a country duet
Post Malone and Blake Shelton have recorded a country duet

Post Malone and Blake Shelton have teamed up on a new tune.

The 28-year-old star is currently riding the country wave, and after teaming up with Morgan Wallen on 'I Had Some Help', Taylor Swift on 'Fortnight' from 'The Tortured Poets Department' and Beyonce's 'Cowboy Carter' track 'Leviis Jeans', he has another duet on the way with the 47-year-old country star.

The lyrics include: "Somebody pour me a drink, somebody bum me a smoke/ I'm 'bout to get on a buzz/ I'm 'bout to get on a roll…I've been breaking my back, just keepin' up with the Joneses."

The 'Circles' hitmaker shared a clip of him grinning as he listened back to the tune on Instagram.

The track is currently available to pre-save on streaming platforms.

Blake's pop star wife, Gwen Stefani, is a huge fan, commenting: "Can't handle this much cool and cute!! Super fan alert!"

The pair previously performed together in 2019 at the Elvis Presley All-Star tribute performance to sing 'Blue Suede Shoes'.

Post recently gushed that he was "beyond honoured" to have collaborated with Taylor.

The 'Sunflower' hitmaker hailed his new friend as a "once in a lifetime" talent, who left him "floored".

Sharing a photo of them together on Instagram, he penned: "It’s once in a lifetime that someone like @taylorswift comes into this world.

"I am floored by your heart and your mind, and I am beyond honored to have been asked to help you with your journey. I love you so much. Thank you Tay. (sic)”

When the 'Karma' hitmaker announced details of the single, she admitted she was a "huge fan" of her collaborator, whose real name is Austin Post.

She wrote on Instagram: “I’ve been such a huge fan of Post because of the writer he is, his musical experimentation and those melodies he creates that just stick in your head forever.

“I got to witness that magic come to life first-hand when we worked together on ‘Fortnight’.”