Is Post Malone collaborating with Bring Me The Horizon?

"We good to go?"

Bring Me The Horizon‘s Oli Sykes has revealed an unlikely friendship with Post Malone, leading to speculation that the pair could be collaborating together.

Posting on Instagram, Sykes shared a photo of his recording studio, complete with the caption “We good to go?”

Malone later affirmatively replied to the comment, although it seems that perhaps a collaboration wasn’t at the top of their agenda.

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Instead, Sykes’ television showed the home screen for GTA Online, which means that they were probably joining forces for a serious gaming session.

Either way, the exchange did nothing to quell the thirst of fans who are desperate for a collaboration.

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“This is the fucking collaboration of the century”, one user wrote.

Another said: “Please be on a new album!”

Meanwhile, Post Malone recently took an unexpected foray into the supernatural, after appearing on paranormal TV show Ghost Adventures, where he was insulted by a spirit.

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Last November, Post Malone also addressed accusations of cultural appropriation and responded to a controversy over comments he made about hip-hop.

In an interview, Post had said that fans “looking for lyrics” and “looking to think about life” shouldn’t listen to hip-hop, suggesting they should listen to Bob Dylan instead.

Addressing accusations of cultural appropriation, Post Malone said: “A lot of people [are] saying I don’t appreciate hip-hop or I’m taking advantage of hip-hop. My last hip-hop album was fuckin’ hip-hop, my next hip-hop album is fuckin’ hip-hop. I love hip-hop, I make hip-hop. I wanna take this genre and stretch it so far that people who may not listen to it, listen to it.”

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