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Post Malone arrives in Mumbai to an excited crowd of fans; shakes hands with everyone while smiling widely

Mumbai (Maharashtra): Post Malone is a renowned name in the world of hip-hop and R&B. The singer and rapper recently landed in Mumbai for his much-awaited performance at Mahalakshmi Race Course on Sunday. The concert will be part of Zomato’s Feeding India initiative which aims at a malnutrition-free India. The awareness concert will be joined by several artists from around the world.

Malone arrived at the Kalina airport to an excited crowd of fans and paparazzi. He exited the airport to cheers of excitement as he waved at everyone before sitting in his car. The singer sported a grey co-ord set and his signature buzz cut. Malone looked visibly happy at the reception he got and shook everyone’s hands through the window of his car.

The comments were filled with excited fans bursting with joy over the arrival of their favourite artists. One fan wrote, “THIS IS SO AMAZING”. Meanwhile, another fan commented, “The legend has arrived.”

Post Malone has had a rich career so far with his songs varying from R&B, and hip-hop to trap. The singer and rapper is also a record producer and has produced several of his songs. Malone hit fame with his 2015 debut single, White Iverson, which was later a part of his debut album, Stoney (2016). The singer has often called this trap song his only good song on several occasions. The singer released his second album Beerbongs & Bentleys in 2017 which debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200. Some of his most notable songs include Congratulations, Rockstar, Psycho and Circles.

Zomato announced its Feeding India concert through its blog post a few days ago. The post said, “For the very first time in India, here’s presenting our headliner for the debut Zomato Feeding India Concert, POST MALONE! Join us to accelerate our movement towards a hunger-free nation!”

It further read, “An annual event that will bring together promising impact makers, philanthropists, acclaimed celebrities, and you—the citizens of India, who can make a big difference in supporting the fight against malnutrition. What’s better than to harness the unifying power of music to bring everyone together and spread awareness.”

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