We hear that the new Post Malone album is done, though Republic is not planning to rush the set out under the wire for Grammy eligibility. Informed sources say the superstar’s new full-length will be rolled out later in the fall, allowing for a proper plan. Post, who’s repped by hot manager Dre London and was inked to Republic by Rob Stevenson and Tyler Arnold, continues to dominate the streaming charts with monsters like “Goodbyes” f/Young Thug and the Spiderman perennial “Sunflower.” Meanwhile, his last two albums remain on our Top 50 chart—beerbongs & bentleys in the Top 15 and 2016’s Stoney (which just moved up five spots) at #36. Which means when the new one drops there’s a decent chance Post will have three giant titles on the chart.

In other news, Fidel Castro's crocodile bit a man at a party in Sweden...no word yet on whether the croc will attend Post's record release party.