Post Malone’s Albums Ranked by First Week Sales !

Post Malone is a huge artist who has had different styles throughout his career, let’s take a look where his albums rank from best selling to least!

Hollywood’s Bleeding

Hollywood’s Bleeding represents the optimistic side of Post Malone as an artist, with his massive hit “Sunflower” that recently went platinum for the 20th time. This song featuring Swae Lee is a masterpiece from the lyrics to the melody. This song can catch anyone’s attention in a matter of seconds. Another song that should be brought to the spotlight is “I’m Gonna Be”. In this song we hear a positive Post Malone and it almost feels as if he found himself as an artist and is trying to share a positive message to his fans. This amazing album sold 489,000 copies its first week.

Beerbongs & Bentleys

This album definitely bumped up Post Malone’s career with hits like “Rockstar” featuring 21 Savage. This song was one of the most popular from this album and stayed at the top most listened songs list from every streaming platform for weeks. Another song that is really good from this album is “ Rich & Sad”. In this song you can hear Post talking throughout the lyrics about all the wealth and fame he has but still he feels empty inside. Almost all the songs from this album have the same taste as “Rich & Sad”. It feels that he tried to make a statement and make everyone see that money and fame is not everything in life, even when you are at the top you will have a taste of what is like being at the bottom. This album ended up selling 461,000 copies the first week.

Twelve Carat Toothache

This album came out in 2022 and featured some cool songs, the most popular one being “Insane”. In this song we can hear a more diverse Post Malone, it has some rapping and singing, that makes it very catchy with its faster phase. This album ended up selling 121,000 units in its first week. 


Austin is the latest album release from Post Malone and was released in July of 2023. Fans loved it so much and it sold 110,000 units its first week. Even though he released the album the same week Travis Scott’s Utopia, which was huge, Post still managed to sell a lot of units despite having such a big competition, that says a lot about the kind of artist he is. And how much love and support he receives from his fans.


This album started Post Malone’s career after getting recognition from his song “White Iverson”. This song is so famous that it hit 1 billion streams on Spotify. Everyone started to gain interest towards him because as a rapper he came out with songs such as “ I fall Apart”, “Deja Vu”, and “Up There”. These songs have some R&B mixed with Rap and that is what made this album really special. For his first album it was a big success selling selling 58,000 units in its first week.



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