Post Malone Teases Unreleased Collaboration with Morgan Wallen: 'Let's Go with the Real Mix This Time'

On Wednesday, the singer/rapper shared a clip of him jamming out to the track on Instagram, a month after he shared another country clip with Luke Combs

<p>Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images; Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images</p> Post Malone; Morgan Wallen

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Post Malone; Morgan Wallen

Post Malone appears to be entering a new era.

On Wednesday, the "Sunflower" artist, shared an Instagram teaser of an unreleased collaboration with Morgan Wallen.

In the 30-second clip, Malone can be seen smoking a cigarette, taking sips of beer and singing along to the song, wearing a green baseball cap with "Dallas" emblazoned on it, a suede jacket and jeans.

<p>Jason Davis/WireImage</p> Post Malone and Morgan Wallen attend the CMA Awards at Bridgestone Arena in November 2023 in Nashville

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Post Malone and Morgan Wallen attend the CMA Awards at Bridgestone Arena in November 2023 in Nashville

Related: Post Malone Pays Tribute to Late Toby Keith by Covering 'As Good as I Once Was' and Sipping from a Red Solo Cup

"let’s go with the real mix this time @morganwallen 😂," the singer/rapper captioned the post.

“It takes two to break a heart in two,” Wallen appears to sing before Malone interjects with the soulful line: “Baby you blame me, and baby I’ll blame you."

Both artists joined forces for the anthemic chorus: “I had some help, it ain’t like I can make this kind of mess all by myself / Don’t act like you ain’t help me pull that bottle off the shelf / If you couldn’t tell they say teamwork makes the dream work / Hell I had some help.”

In the comments, Malone’s label, Republic Records said: “We are so ready!!! [crying laughing emoji].”

Lately, the "Circles" performer has appeared to be easing fans into his country era. In February, he posted another tease of a country song, this time with Luke Combs, whom he also appeared to be hanging out with this week as well.

Earlier this month, Malone performed a cover of Toby Keith's "As Good as I Once Was" during his set at the American Rodeo in Dallas and poured beer out of a red Solo cup in honor of the country star, who died at age 62 in February.

Midway through his performance — while sporting only cutoff denim shorts — he played acoustic guitar and delivered a heartfelt rendition of the 2005 hit, which peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot U.S. Country Songs chart following its release. Malone also shared a video of the performance to TikTok.

<p> Don Arnold/WireImage</p> Post Malone performs at Accor Stadium in February 2023 in Sydney

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Post Malone performs at Accor Stadium in February 2023 in Sydney

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Recently, Brad Paisley revealed the pair recorded a collaboration, and the 10-time Grammy nominee performed in tribute to the late Joe Diffie at the 2023 CMA Awards alongside Morgan Wallen and HARDY.

In a June 2022 interview on SiriusXM's The Howard Stern Show, Malone admitted he had been toying with the idea of recording a country album.

"To be honest, there's nothing stopping me from taking a camera or setting up in my studio in Utah and just recording a country album [to put] on YouTube," he said at the time. "I'm allowed to do that, I'm a human being."

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