Post Malone – On the Road Lyrics

Post Malone – On the Road Lyrics (feat. Meek Mill & Lil Baby)

‘Cause they ain’t never seein’ me fold under pressure
They ain’t never, ever see me fold, nah never
Always keep one up on ’em, ’cause I’m too clever
I will never, ever sell my soul, nah, never
‘Cause I been on the road, been on the road, I
Quit actin’ like you been with me this whole time
‘Cause I been on the road, been on the road, I
Quit actin’ like you been with me this whole time

Yeah, they bet I’ma fall
And I’m only 24, but, bitch, I been through it all
I got so many hits, can’t remember them all
While I’m takin’ a shit, look at the plaques on the wall
Y’all just sit back, get your kick back
Keep on actin’ like you did that, got no respect
For nobody who just fakin’ love, aye, aye
You ain’t who you really say you are
So pick up the pace, there ain’t no slowin’ me up
Get the fuck out my face, can you stop blowin’ me up?
‘Cause my time is expensive, 1 mill a set list
Bought a new car ‘fore you walk out for breakfast, yeah

‘Cause they ain’t never seein’ me fold under pressure
They ain’t ever, ever seen me fold, nah never
Always keep one up on ’em, ’cause I’m too clever
I will never, ever sell my soul, nah, never
‘Cause I been on the road, been on the road, I
Quit actin’ like you been with me this whole time
‘Cause I been on the road, been on the road, I
Quit actin’ like you been with me this whole time

Yeah, where you been?
When it was time to do some work and put it in
I just be laughing when I see ’em, look at them
Leave when I lose and pop back up soon as I win
You ain’t my day one and I know you not my friend
So I can’t judge you when you do some phony shit and just pretend
Like you really down with me, because bein’ loyal starts within
I seen that money overpower that love and turn it thin
But it ain’t stop me, I just kept going up, took it on the chin
I wish every time they said I would fall, I make a M
Fuck around, be as rich as Jeff Bezos, say it again
Never lose, I go overtime on ’em, stay in that gym, let’s get it

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‘Cause they ain’t never seein’ me fold under pressure
They ain’t ever, ever seen me fold, nah never
Always keep one up on ’em, ’cause I’m too clever
I will never, ever sell my soul, nah, never
‘Cause I been on the road, been on the road, I
Quit actin’ like you been with me this whole time
‘Cause I been on the road, been on the road, I
Quit actin’ like you been with me this whole time

I’m tired of being tired
This my last shot, you can’t be mad, at least I tried
We supposed to be grown, but yet, you still acting childish
I can get on the jet alone, I don’t need no extra baggage
I should turn into a savage, I got baguettes in my necklace
Driving fast and I won’t crash it and I’m supposed to be sober
But some kind of way, I just keep getting loaded
It’s gonna take more than some pressure to fold me
Tried to be as hard as I can, but at this point, it’s out of my hands
I ain’t running out of these bands for nothing or no one
She say I’m a dog, but it takes one to know one
Been goin’ hard, been by myself, I don’t need no love

‘Cause they ain’t never seein’ me fold under pressure
They ain’t ever, ever seen me fold, nah never
Always keep one up on ’em, ’cause I’m too clever
I will never, ever sell my soul, nah, never
‘Cause I been on the road, been on the road, I
Quit actin’ like you been with me this whole time
‘Cause I been on the road, been on the road, I
Quit actin’ like you been with me this whole time

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Post Malone

Within five years of his debut, American rapper and singer/songwriter Post Malone went from genre novelty to certified superstar, amassing a string of Top Ten singles with a hybrid style that combined his unique vocal delivery, pained lyrics, and hip-hop production inspired as much by Tim McGraw as Kanye West.

After the release of his 2015 quintuple-platinum single “White Iverson,” off debut Stoney, he quickly ascended to the top of the pop mainstream in the late 2010s with a succession of multi-platinum hits that included chart-toppers “Rockstar” with 21 Savage and “Psycho” with Ty Dolla $ign from 2018’s number one Grammy-nominated album Beerbongs & Bentleys, and the Grammy-nominated “Sunflower” with Swae Lee from 2019’s Hollywood’s Bleeding.

Raised in Dallas, Austin Post loved a wide range of music from a young age and planned on joining a band thanks to the video game Guitar Hero. When his dad gave him a copy of Terror Squad’s hit “Lean Back,” though, Post decided to become an MC. He hung with Dallas crew the IRAS until a move to the West Coast dropped him in Los Angeles.

After putting some braids in his hair, he coined the term “White Iverson,” and when he posted the track in early 2015, he hit a million views within a month. Post signed with the Republic label later that year.

In 2016, he released the single “Go Flex” along with his official debut mixtape, on August 26th. Months later, his first studio effort arrived. Stoney featured guests ranging from Justin Bieber to Migos’ Quavo to Kehlani, peaking at number four on the Billboard 200 and later achieving multi-platinum certification.

Following the success of his debut, Post issued the chart-topping singles “Rockstar” with 21 Savage and “Psycho” with Ty Dolla $ign, which reached a combined total of 13-times platinum.

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Those hit tracks landed on his sophomore follow-up, Beerbongs & Bentleys, which dealt with his rapid climb to fame and all its trappings. The set reached number one upon release and was later nominated for Album of the Year at the 2019 Grammy Awards.

Along with producers Scott Storch, PartyNextDoor, Louis Bell, and London on da Track, the dark, introspective affair also featured guest rappers Nicki Minaj, YG, and G-Eazy, as well as the additional radio hit “Better Now.”

In between official full-lengths, Post capitalized on his steady ascent in the mainstream, hopping onto the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse soundtrack with previous collaborator Swae Lee.

Their duet, “Sunflower,” topped the charts across the globe and marked a slight, pop-smart shift in Post’s production. “Wow,” “Goodbyes” with Young Thug, and “Circles” all followed, firmly planting him in the Hot 100’s upper reaches for much of 2019.

This quartet of hits all appeared on his third effort, Hollywood’s Bleeding, which recruited guests Da Baby, Future, Halsey, Meek Mill, Lil Baby, SZA, Travis Scott, and even Ozzy Osbourne.

His second number one album, the set topped the Billboard 200 for at least five non-consecutive weeks, the most for any artist that year.

While “Circles” became his fourth Hot 100 chart-topper at the close of the year, he received a pair of Grammy nominations for his other 2019 number one, “Sunflower,” including Record of the Year.

Post’s 2020 output mainly consisted of guest appearances including on Tyla Yaweh’s “Tommy Lee” and Big Sean’s “Wolves.”

He returned to solo work in 2021 with a cover of Hootie & the Blowfish’s “Only Wanna Be with You” for the Pokemon 25 album, and his own track “Motley Crew.” He also collaborated with the Weeknd on “One Right Now.” ~ Neil Z. Yeung & David Jeffries