Go Flex

Album: Stoney (2016)
Charted: 76
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  • Post Malone's follow-up to his breakthrough single "White Iverson" finds him singing of flexing on others with his jewelry and gold grills:

    Man I just wanna go flex
    Gold on my teeth and on my neck
    And I'm stone cold with the flex
    With my squad and I'm smokin' up a check


    "'Go Flex' is really just about stuntin', showing you got the sauce," Malone told The Fader. "It's just about going out with your friends, turning up, feeling super cool."
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