Having only released three singles since his 2016 debut album, Stoney, went double platinum, Post Malone is clearly focused on quality over quantity. His newest single, “Psycho,” is the third song released from his highly anticipated sophomore album, Beerbongs & Bentleys. Post Malone teams up with fellow rapper-singer hybrid, Ty Dollar $ign, as they rap about their similar lifestyles, filled with flashy jewelry, fast cars, and beautiful women. Post Malone puts his staple vibrato on full display at conclusion of his verse, as the lyrics “And I’m like, woah” vibrate through the air surrounding your speakers. Like other songs written by Post Malone, “Psycho” is saturated with witty metaphors and profound examples of symbolism hidden behind Malone’s polished vocals. Lyrics like, “Damn, my AP going psycho, lil’ mama bad like Michael,” emphasize the fact that Post Malone is a capable songwriter. Behind Post Malone and Ty Dollar $ign’s vocals is a soft and simple instrumental pattern produced by Malone and his long-time producer, Louis Bell. As the release date for Beerbongs & Bentleys remains unknown, singles like “Psycho” build hype surrounding the Los Angeles native’s sophomore album.