Austin Richard Post Malone was born on July 4, 1995, in Syracuse, is an American rapper, singer, record producer, songwriter. He is familiar with his reflective songwriting and laconic vocal style. Post has gained applause for bending a range of genres including, pop, country, hip hop, and rock. He first attained appreciation in 2015 following the release of his single launch, “White Iverson.” During an interview with GQ in 2016, he proudly stated that he was considering getting a sword tattoo on his face. Now Post Malone has delivered on that promise in 2020.
During his latest appearance on GQ, he says that “swords are freaking awesome, and I have been into them since I was a little kid, with Tattoo Tour” series. There were many more motivations involved in the fact tattoo: first and initial, to annoy his mother, but also to attract onlookers. And he felt like the face tattoos make him very interesting to look at.
In case you have usually wondered how long it takes for a pop star to do a new tattoo, the answer is for two hours. Two hours is not an exceptionally long period, and Post Malone concedes that not all of his tattoos have twisted out perfectly. His first tattoo was of the Play Bunny. It got confused up during the healing process, thanks to an intense basketball game with Justin Bieber. Malone has also been told that his neck tattoo, which is officially a cow skull, actually features “an old man’s butt.” He does not see that – still, ” it is all about perspective,” he noted.
Outside the neck and face region, Post Malone has many body arts, including musicians like Bob Dylan and Lil Peep on his arm, including a barbed wire line across his forehead, a smiley face, a Playboy Bunny and a heart, two playing cards, the words – Stay Away” tattooed above his right eyebrow, tired and always under both of his eyes, and “STONEY” below his chin.
He says that “It is interesting to look back at the photos from when he had tattoos,” and it is just curious to see. You can watch the Post Malone’s “Tattoo Tour” video below.