Watch Post Malone Cover Black Sabbath And Alice In Chains With Members Of Guns N’ Roses, Red Hot Chili Peppers, And Jane’s Addiction

During his performance for the “Bud Light Seltzer Sessions Presents: New Years Eve 2021” livestream event, Post Malone performed covers of Alice in Chains’ “Rooster” and Black Sabbath’s “War Pigs” with drummer Chad Smith (Red Hot Chili Peppers), producer/guitarist Andrew Watt, and bassist Chris Chaney (Jane’s Addiction). The group were also joined onstage by guitarist Slash (Guns N’ Roses) during “War Pigs.” You can see footage of all that at the 2:11:11 mark in the below video:

Robert Trujillo (Metallica), Chad Smith (Red Hot Chili Peppers), Post Malone, And More Recently Jammed Together

Producer Andrew Watt, who has worked with Post Malone, Ozzy Osbourne, etc., recently celebrated his 30th birthday with an all-star jam. The session saw Watt rocking with Post Malone, Robert Trujillo (Metallica), Chad Smith (Red Hot Chili Peppers), Taylor Hawkins (Foo Fighters), and Chris Chaney (Jane’s Addiction). A short clip and some photos can be found below:

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Watch Post Malone Take Part In A Metal Jam Session With Jared Dines And More

Rapper and noted metalhead Post Malone recently joined YouTuber Jared Dines, Dragged Under’s Tony Cappocchi, and rapper Tyla Yaweh for a metal jam session. You can see footage of that below. In addition to playing several metal tracks, the group also performed a cover of Wild Cherry’s “Play That Funky Music” and more.

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Post Malone Gives Nekrogoblikon A Shout Out On “The Joe Rogan Experience”

During a recent appearance on “The Joe Rogan Experience,” Post Malone, who is a noted metalhead, gave Nekrogoblikon a shout out. You can see footage of that below. However, it’s worth noting that the rapper mistakenly said that John Goblikon is the singer for the band.

Watch Video For Mötley Crüe Drummer Tommy Lee’s Remix Of Tyla Yaweh & Post Malone’s “Tommy Lee”

Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee has guested on a new remix of Tyla Yaweh and Post Malone’s “Tommy Lee.” You can find a video for that below. Notably, the new version of the track also features additional guitar and bass from John 5 (Rob Zombie, etc.).

Tyla commented:

“I’m excited to be releasing records with my idols. I first had Billie Joe Armstrong clear a sample for me and hop in my last video with Wiz Khalifa. Now I’ve got a legendary track with this bad ass Rockstar Tommy Lee and my brother Post Malone. This track is so special to me!!!

Lee added:

“I was humbled that Tyla and Post chose to name a song after me. I couldn’t wait to get my hands on it with them and give it my spin. We had a blast! They are the new rockstars! I love them both!”

Mötley Crüe’s Tommy Lee To Guest On Remix Of Tyla Yaweh & Post Malone’s New Song “Tommy Lee” (UPDATED)

UPDATE: Tommy Lee has since revealed that he is not featured on the regular version of the song. However, he will appear on the upcoming remix.

Original Story:

Mötley Crüe’s Tommy Lee is featured on Tyla Yaweh and Post Malone’s new collaborative track. The song, which is appropriately titled “Tommy Lee,” can be streamed below. A video of Lee discussing the track with SiriusXM is also available below.

Dave Grohl On Post Malone’s Nirvana Covers Set: “They Were Killing It”

As previously reported, Post Malone recently livestreamed a Nirvana tribute set with Travis Barker (Blink-182) and more. Now, the band’s drummer Dave Grohl (also of Foo Fighters) has since praised the performance saying that the musicians killed it.

Grohl told ALT 98.7 FM the following:

“It was so weird, because I was writing… I started this Instagram page called ‘Dave’s True Stories‘, because I thought, ‘Well, I just wrote a whole record. I don’t wanna write music. And I don’t really know what else to do, so I’ll just write all these stories.’

So I’m sitting there writing one of these stories out, and someone said, ‘Hey, Post Malone is live on YouTube right now doing a whole set of Nirvana covers.’ And I’ve met him before. He’s really nice; he’s really cool. I’ve met his dad; he’s cool too. So I was, like, ‘Oh, that’s kind of cool. I’m in the middle of writing something.’ And then I started getting hit with texts, people texting me, like, ‘Yo, are you watching this Post thing?’ And I’m, like, ‘No, I’m writing right now.’

They’re, like, ‘It’s pretty good.’ I’m, like, ‘Really?’ So I keep on writing. Another text comes in, ‘Dude, are you watching this Post Malone thing?’ And I’m, like, ‘No.’ So finally I tuned it… I started watching, and first of all, watching Travis play the drums to those Nirvana songs, I was honored — I thought that was super cool.

More than the sound of it and more than the chords and whatever, it just sort of felt good. To me, it didn’t feel weird. They were killing it. So I watched a bunch of it. I was, like, ‘That was really cool.’

I don’t get to see other people do Nirvana songs often, and he seemed perfectly comfortable with it, and it sounded great… Even the die-hard Nirvana people that I know were, like, ‘Dude, he’s kind of killing it right now.’”

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Watch Post Malone Cover Nirvana Songs With Blink-182’s Travis Barker

Earlier today (April 24), Post Malone, Travis Barker (Blink-182), and more paid tribute to Nirvana with a special livestream concert. The performance helped raise money for the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.

Notably, the set even got a stamp of approval from Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic:

Ozzy Osbourne Premieres New Song “It’s A Raid” Feat. Post Malone

Ozzy Osbourne has premiered a new song titled “It’s A Raid.” This track features Post Malone and it will appear on Osbourne’s new album “Ordinary Man,” which will be released on Friday (February 21).

Ozzy Osbourne & Post Malone Share Official Live Video For “Take What You Want”

Ozzy Osbourne and Post Malone have shared an official live video for their collaborative track “Take What You Want.” The footage for the clip was captured when Osbourne joined Post Malone onstage during his November 21 show at The Forum in Inglewood, CA.