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The Best Post Malone Songs

List Rules
Only songs with Post Malone as the lead artist.

The best Post Malone songs get stuck in your head and refuse to leave. The popular hip-hop artist has had three No. 1 singles, and each new Post Malone song is an event for fans. With two albums, a mixtape, and a handful of other songs, this list goes deeper than just the Post Malone singles. All Post Malone songs deserve to be in the conversation.

Songs like "Rockstar," "Psycho," and "Sunflower" are modern cultural touchstones that have gone multi-platinum all over the world, but old Post Malone songs like "White Iverson" and "Too Young" are proof that even the deep cuts are highly entertaining and listenable.

So check out this Post Malone song list, and vote up the tracks you want to hear over and over. Which ones will stand the test of time, and which ones are you already forgetting? Then head over and check out the best songs featuring Post Malone.

list ordered by
  • Congratulations (feat. Quavo)
    1

    Congratulations (feat. Quavo)

  • White Iverson
    2

    White Iverson

  • Rockstar (feat. 21 Savage)
    3

    Rockstar (feat. 21 Savage)

  • Go Flex
    4

    Go Flex

  • Stay
    5

    Stay

  • Candy Paint
    6

    Candy Paint

  • I Fall Apart
    7

    I Fall Apart

  • Psycho (feat. Ty Dolla Sign)
    8

    Psycho (feat. Ty Dolla Sign)

  • Wow
    9

    Wow

  • Better Now
    10

    Better Now

  • Sunflower
    11

    Sunflower

  • Paranoid
    12

    Paranoid

  • 92 Explorer
    13

    92 Explorer

  • Too Young
    14

    Too Young

  • No Option
    15

    No Option

  • Over Now
    16

    Over Now

  • Rich & Sad
    17

    Rich & Sad

  • Blame It on Me
    18

    Blame It on Me

  • Sugar Wraith
    19

    Sugar Wraith

  • Otherside
    20

    Otherside

  • Spoil My Night (feat. Swae Lee)
    21

    Spoil My Night (feat. Swae Lee)

  • Big Lie
    22

    Big Lie

  • Deja Vu (feat. Justin Bieber)
    23

    Deja Vu (feat. Justin Bieber)

  • Yours Truly, Austin Post
    24

    Yours Truly, Austin Post

  • Patient
    25

    Patient