Post Malone shines on his own during Lollapalooza headline set: 5 Best Moments

Post Malone's Lollapalooza headline set on Saturday (July 31st) was accompanied by some star intrigue.

Post Malone shines on his own during Lollapalooza headline set: 5 Best Moments

 The pop-rap star was certain to attract A-listers with so many collaboration hits. This is just like Miley Cyrus's performance on Thursday night at Grant Park, Chicago. Young Thug, who was scheduled to perform at Lollapalooza on the next day, could fly in for "Goodbyes" early? Swae Lee could perform "Sunflower" or Ozzy Osbourne would perform "Take What You Want".

Post Malone seemed to forget about the surprise guests, with Tyla Yaweh joining him onstage to sing "Tommy Lee" -- which was more than acceptable. Post Malone is a masterful live performer who has become so magnetic that he was able to entertain a large crowd Saturday night. He ripped through radio hits and fan favourites with a steady hand while smiling a big smile.

These are the five most memorable moments from Post Malone’s Lollapalooza triumphant headlining set.

The "Wow" Factor in the Opening

Post Malone performed at Rolling Loud Miami one week before Lollapalooza. He opened his set with "Saint-Tropez", one of the highlights from 2019's Hollywood’s Bleeding. This is a great set-starter. But "Wow.", which introduced his Lollapalooza performance was much more explosive. It featured coiled hooks, chest-thumping boasts, and was designed to make the audience dizzy.

Post Malone's lines such as "I know you are pissed off to hear me win" were delivered while he was several feet above the mainstage. When the curtain fell to reveal the set, he was on a raised platform and prowling the scaffolding to perform the opening song. Post Malone's intro was a great way to get the crowd going after a long day of music watching and made Saturday night a party.

These Dance Moves

It's a joy to see Post Malone on stage. Post Malone shows are known for their leg dips, arm extensions, cheeky hand gestures, and head swivels. Although there is a certain level of grace, each movement encourages his audience to let go of inhibitions and try their own moves. Simply put, Lollapalooza was a show that the man has the best time of his life. Every gesture and every wild gyration were carefully calibrated to maximize audience enjoyment.

Sing-Along with the "Circles"

Post Malone's biggest hit, "Circles," became the festival's biggest belt-out song. Thousands sang along to the tune as thousands danced in the dark sky. He smartly positioned the Hollywood’s Bleeding and "Sunflower," which are currently the most certain moments of audience participation in a Post Malone show, by placing them at opposite ends of his Lollapalooza setlist, with "Circles” being fifth and "Sunflower” third. Post Malone sang "Circles" with ease under bright lights. We will all have to continue working on our karaoke skills.

The Victorious New Song

Post Malone's newest track, "Motley Crew", was first released last month. It received its live debut at Rolling Loud a week before -- and it was already sounding like a setlist gem by the second performance. The studio version of "Motley crew" sounds like a Post Malone album track. However, it sounds great live with the hooks hitting against the beat and collective head-knocking. Lollapalooza's "Motley crew" showed why Post Malone might be able to keep this Hot 100 hit as a staple. 13; it suggested that the star will be able to sell another best-seller if Hollywood's Bleeding hits as hard.

The True Emotion

Post Malone is so ubiquitous in pop music, it's easy for people to forget that his debut album was only five years ago. Although he has only been in the limelight for a short time, he was closing Saturday night at Lollapalooza. Even though he has been headlining arenas for many years, the enormity of the moment was evident, especially considering the history and legacy of Lollapalooza as well as all of the previous headliners.

Post Malone looked utterly lost as he stared out over Grant Park, moving throughout the performance. He explained that part of his feelings could be attributed to the pandemic, as well as how long it had been since the last show. Post Malone, a Lollapalooza headliner, was grateful for the chance and the support of his fans.

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