Post Malone says Corpse should make a country song during Apex Legends stream

. Last updated: July 25, 2022

Post Malone thinks Corpse Husband is ready for his country debut, and the mystery musician already has an idea for his name in the new genre — should he take the plunge.

The pop star was playing Apex Legends on Twitch with YouTubers Faide and Corpse when the idea of ​​going country came up. The most interesting part of the interaction: Corpse never said no.

If anything, it seems like the popular artist actually got the idea of ​​making a country song that would be a fair departure from his usual roster of track releases over the years.

Corpse has been putting out banger after banger, and it sounds like Posty thinks he has what it takes to keep this streak going while dropping a track that’s totally different from his norm.

The two were just about to get on the Apex card during Malone’s charity stream for United Way, when the star had a novel idea for Corpse to get into the country spirit.

“I told Corpse [he] should do a country song,” Malone said. And it seems like this isn’t the first time the YouTuber has heard people say he should do a country song.

“Yes, that’s what they said. ‘Grain.’ That’s my country name,” he joked as more and more people encouraged him to try the genre.

Time will tell if Corpse tries it. Should he decide to do so, he’s already played Apex Legends with at least one major country enthusiast who could help him hone his sound.

Post Malone has performed covers of Dwight Yoakam a few times in the past, and the artist’s style has translated perfectly into all genres.

It will be interesting to see if Post Malone and Corpse Husband team up for a possible country collaboration as fandoms react to their latest Twitch stream.

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Emma James

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