If there’s a convention out there, Austin Richard Post has probably stomped it to the ground and set it on fire. The man better known as Post Malone hasn’t taken the normal route to fame and success, he’s done it his own way at every step. He’s gone from demoing mixtapes for his friends in high school to collaborating with Kanye West, touring with Justin Bieber and hosting his own music festival, Posty Fest.
The Dallas-raised musician began his career by releasing his first single, “White Iverson”, to SoundCloud in February 2015. The video for the song hit a million views within a month, and Post has been soaring into the stratosphere ever since. His 8X Platinum single, “Congratulations”, from his 3X certified Platinum album “Stoney” hit no. 8 in the US Billboard top 100, and he achieved even greater success with his next album. “Beerbongs and Bentleys” broke first-day streaming records on Spotify, went platinum upon release, broke Michael Jackson’s 34-year-old record for the number of consecutive weeks at the top of the Billboard Top R&B and Hip-Hop Albums chart and was nominated for “Album of the Year” at the 61st Grammy Awards.
For a man who is “Always Tired”, Post Malone certainly finds time to show love to his fans. One of the ways he interacts with his fans is through his Twitch stream, as 300,000 of his loyal followers know after watching him stream rounds of PUBG. Post is no stranger to either gaming or streaming, occasionally popping in to cameo on the stream of his long-time friend and collaborator Jason Probst. He’s got a pretty cool custom gaming rig and, most importantly, he’s also equipped with HyperX headsets.
The luxurious comfort, crystal-clear sound quality, innovation and style of HyperX Cloud headsets quickly found a spot within Post Malone’s lifestyle. Whether Post Malone is knocking in goals past his hapless opponents while streaming on Mixer or rolling deep with his squad in PUBG or Call of Duty, he’s doing it while he’s wearing his HyperX headsets. Get yourself a pair of HyperX or you may as well “Stay Away”.