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We found out earlier this month that Post Malone actually really likes wine. Thus, he decided to make his own. The genre-blending rapper launched a French rosé called Maison No. 9.
Well now, he’s unveiled preorders for the alcohol as well as some very cool merch to go along with it.
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Maison No. 9 was inspired by Post Malone’s favorite tarot card, the Nine of Swords. The card represents the fear and anxiety revolving around daily challenges we face.
“Rosé is for when you want to get a little fancy,” Post Malone says. “It’s a nice switch up and I have been thinking about doing my own wine for a while. It was great to work with Global Brand Equities because they saw the vision and we got to do some super cool stuff. Maison No. 9 goes down smooth, and you’re all going to love it!”
The wine is made in Provence, France where Post Malone reportedly spent a lot of time between tour dates last year.
Now, the Maison No. 9 is officially available for preorder. This is the first opportunity to purchase a limited number of 750ml bottles with shipping set for late June/early July. The accompanying merch features the tarot-inspired sword motif and comes on t-shirts, hoodies, hats, bags and stickers. The items are all in black and white. Check them out below.
[Image via Maison No. 9][Image via Maison No. 9][Image via Maison No. 9][Image via Maison No. 9]Post Malone’s Maison No. 9 was made available to preorder at 12. p.m on May 28. The wine is surprisingly affordable at only comes in at $21.99 per bottle. It can be preordered, along with the merchandise here.
More Post Malone
Post Malone and blink-182‘s Travis Barker confirmed that they are in the process of writing together.
The two collaborated back in April when Posty hosted a virtual livestream concert performing a setlist entirely of Nirvana songs. The livestream was for The United Nations Foundation’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization. At this point, he has raised over $5 million. He is still accepting donations on his YouTube channel.
Post Malone was joined by Barker, as well as Nick Mack on guitar and Brian Lee on bass.
The setlist included some iconic tracks from the band including “Territorial Pissings,” “About A Girl,” “Heart Shaped Box” and tons more.
The duo had musical chemistry during the stream and Barker shared what lies ahead for them in a recent SPIN interview.
Barker noted in the interview that he was traveling on his bus from his Los Angeles residence to Salt Lake City for a week-long writing session with Post Malone. They are going to “jam and have fun” according to Barker.
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When he originally made his way to Salt Lake City to work on the tribute show, Barker shared how the energy was laidback. “You can’t over-rehearse Nirvana songs or it loses its vibe. So the whole vibe over there has been very relaxed and just whatever happens happens,” Barker said.
In fact, Barker has been quite busy during this period of isolation. “As far as quarantine I can just focus and create. I’ve been very productive and just been on one,” he shared in the interview.
He even shared some blink-182 news. “We actually have a song called ‘Quarantine’ that will be out in the next two weeks. Really excited about it,” he said.
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Beyond working with Posty and on new blink-182 music, he signed his first artist jxdn to his record label, DTA Records, a joint venture with Elektra Music Group. He also produced Machine Gun Kelly‘s forthcoming album Tickets To My Downfall and appeared in MGK’s behind-the-scenes video for “Bloody Valentine.” You can even expect him on a new YUNGBLUD track, too.
“I think everyone is so grateful and fortunate to be able to make music and just be alive, seize the opportunities and be creative and make great music,” Barker said.
Check out his full interview here.
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