Get to know five of Post Malone's finest songs: they'll be performed at Super Bowl 58.

Post Malone, whose extensively tattooed face and torso have inspired several “guide to Post Malone’s tattoos” tales, will sing “America The Beautiful” before the game Sunday.

But Austin Post, a musical mixologist, has blended pop, hip-hop, and R&B since his 2015 breakthrough track, “White Iverson”—the same year he received his first tattoo. He apparently has around 70.

With singles like “Congratulations,” “I Fall Apart,” and “Psycho,” Malone, 28, seldom drops off the charts. Billboard rated him the 10th largest musician of the 2010s in 2020 for his over two dozen songs and several collaborations with Big Sean, Ty Dolla Sign, Ozzy Osbourne, and Noah Kahan.

Malone scored his first No. 1 single by embracing late 2010s trap music. The sticky, mesmerizing bass, Malone's laid-back delivery, and 21 Savage's midsong verse make it ideal for remixes.

The clip-clopping tempo and Malone's tender voice as he recalls a romance are irresistible. He's particularly hurt when he says his partner used to keep his photo beside the bed but now it's "in our dresser with the socks you don't like.

At his melodic best, Posty mixes dance groove with pop. He and Lee lead a singsong chorus over an enthralling beat about the sunflower, a symbol of faithfulness, who symbolizes a persistent girl.

Many believe “Circles” is titled “Runaway” because of its significant usage of the term in the chorus. Its loping acoustic guitars make it feel bright. When Malone says “seasons change and our love went cold,” the song loses its cheeriness and highlights his open-hearted words.

The first song off his 2023 “Austin” album has Weeknd-esque synthesizers and a driving groove that leads to a beautiful chorus. Because Malone loves rock, he name-checks The White Stripes' "Seven Nation Army," which is sweet.