Post Malone & The Weeknd Get Revenge On New Collab 'One Right Now'

By Hayden Brooks

November 5, 2021

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Post Malone's first-ever collaboration with The Weeknd hears the chart-topper venturing into new territory.

On Friday (November 5), the stars dropped their first team-up, "One Right Now," and the offering tells the tale of their fractured relationships and how easy it is for them to find some quick comfort. "Said you love me, but I don't care/ That I broke my hand on the same wall/ That you told me that he f*cked you on (Oh)/ You think it's so easy f*ckin' with my feelings/ I got one comin' over and one right now (Uh)," the two sing on the synth-charged track.

As per Billboard, the song, which was produced by Louis Bell, Brian Lee and Andrew Bolooki, is rumored to be the first cut from Malone's upcoming fourth studio album. Malone’s manager, Dre London, confirmed the song's accompanying music video will drop next week.

As for Abel, he previously teased the track as part of "some exciting features coming out in the fall" before the follow-up to 2020's After Hours drops. In October, he released his team-up with Swedish House Mafia called "Moth to a Flame."

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