Post Malone And Morgan Wallen’s “I Had Some Help” Is Already #1 On The US iTunes Charts

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As if there was any doubt that a Post Malone and Morgan Wallen collaboration would lead to a number one hit…

The song that everyone has been waiting for finally dropped today, officially bringing Post Malone into his country era… if he wasn’t unofficially in it already. “I Had Some Help” is Post Malone’s first studio country song, and funny enough, he had some help from the established, chair-throwing brand of Morgan Wallen in the highly anticipated release.

Country music fans have had some mixed reviews on the new song, saying that though it is great to see Post Malone come into the country music landscape, they might have preferred for it sound a little more “country.” One person online called it “one of the worst songs of the year,” while another that was more in support of the track called it “deada** the best song” they’ve ever heard in their life.

Needless to say, the takes are all over the place for “I Had Some Help.” But regardless of what everyone is thinking, the song quickly rocketed up the the music charts. Not even 12 hours after the song released, Post Malone and Morgan Wallen’s collab has already reached the number one spot on the US iTunes chart.

Whether you love the song or hate the song, there’s going to be more where that came from.

Along with the release of “I Had Some Help” was a message that Post Malone’s full-fledged country project was on its way sooner rather than later:

“The single, which will be featured on Post’s first-ever full-length country album this year, comes on the heels of Post and Wallen’s landmark sets at Stagecoach Festival 2024 in Indio, Calif.”

So for all the people that have been patiently waiting for Posty to go country (I’ve been waiting not-so-patiently), we’ve officially made it to the moment. Hopefully you like his newest track with Wallen so you can spin it on repeat until his full album comes out.

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