I was watching a new podcast called Malone, and it really did not feel like I was in the mood for a conversation with the rapper/rapper/author/producer/writer/producers/artists known as Malone.
I had just watched his debut album, The Man Who Sold the World, and felt like the guy was just about to do a good job on a debut album.
And then, out of nowhere, he had this moment where he was literally talking about the first time he ever took a shot.
And the guy just exploded.
It was a real blast.
I don’t know if he ever takes another shot in his life.
Malone’s got a pretty crazy past, but he’s also been pretty good at being honest and open about it.
He’s had some real interesting conversations.
His new album, called Malones, comes out August 24th.
It’s called Malonsongs, after his late mother.
But I don.t.
Think that I can take any credit for that album.
It wasn’t just me, either.
It just kind of happened.
I was actually on the phone with the guy at the time, and he was like, “Man, Malones is really dope.
You know, I’m really into Malones.”
And I was like—well, you know what?
It wasn.t that hard.
He just got a little weird.
I guess I just got the vibe he was a little bit of a crazy person.
And so he just kind a—I guess I was the only one who was like that.
Malones has had some amazing, unexpected collaborations with some of the biggest names in rap, including Snoop Dogg, Lil Yachty, Young Thug, DJ Khaled, and more.
He recently released an album called Maloosong, a collaboration with the legendary producer and producer-turned-actor, Earl Sweatshirt.
You might not have heard of Earl Sweapshirt, but you should, because he’s the kind of person who just happens to be one of my favorite rappers.
He was in my favorite movie, Scarface.
He made Scarface the biggest movie ever made, and that was before I knew about Earl Sweaters work on The Big Lebowski.
It had been a couple of years since I’d seen Scarface, so I wasn’t really that familiar with Earl Sweets, but I was just like, dude, it’s great.
I just thought, man, this is awesome.
And I went back and watched it and he’s just like—yeah, he did a great job with Scarface—and I was, like, oh my god, Earl.
He did a lot of amazing things with Scar.
And this is his album, Maloonsongs, and I just wanted to get some credit for it, because that’s what I was doing in the background of the conversation. So I just—I don’t really think that I deserve any credit, because I didn’t really care.
I’m like, yeah, that’s cool.
I think it’s awesome.
I like him.
He really likes Earl Sweeps work.
And he’s really good at it.
But it wasn’t a huge influence.
It really didn’t have anything to do with Earl.
Earl has a lot more influence on my music than Malones.
It didn’t even—he didn’t do much of anything with Maloonsong.
I wanted to do something different, I wanted something new, and Earl really had to be the one who put the ideas into the songs, and really had the confidence to just push them.
So he did, and then he did the remix of the track, which I really liked.
But then I wanted the whole thing to be like a whole album.
Malonsong was like the first album that I put together.
I put all of the stuff I’ve been doing with Earl, the songs that I’m working on, the album, and the video, and all the videos that I have been doing, and just kind like put them all together.
And Earl, like I said, is a really cool dude, and you just know that he’s going to do great work.
I have a lot in common with Earl when it comes to Earl Sweaks work.
Earl is a crazy dude, too.
Earl Sweps is a guy who’s got this really deep, dark-ass side.
He has an addiction problem.
Earl’s got an addiction to drugs.
He also has a really big dick.
Earl—I’m not even going to lie to you.
Earl really loves his dick.
He can’t even look at his dick for more than a second.
He thinks that it’s the best thing he’s ever seen.
He gets obsessed with it.
And it’s such a—it’s just—he can’t stop looking at it and going