Post Malone releases VR concert film for Meta Quest 2
Post Malone releases immersive concert film for the Meta Quest 2. What does it have to offer?
US singer, rapper and producer Post Malone is releasing a forty-minute concert film in virtual reality. The immersive music experience will be released later this month for Meta Quest 2 and other platforms.
Post Malone releases "visual album"
Post Malone has been nominated for the coveted GRAMMY music award nine times in his career. It has not been enough for a win so far. The successful musician can console himself with his total of 13 platinum records, which were awarded to him for more than 18 million albums sold.
His worldwide hit "Rockstar" recently surpassed one billion views on YouTube. With the VR experience "Post Malone's Twelve Carat Toothache: A VR Experience," the artist is now releasing his first "visual album" in cooperation with Meta.
The forty-minute concert film accompanies Post Malone's latest release "Twelve Carat Toothache." The album's 16 songs in total feature collaborations with The Weeknd, The Kid LAROI, Gunna or Doja Cat. The VR concert is also expected to include guest appearances by well-known stars such as Fleet Foxes and Roddy Ricch.
Immersive concert coming for Meta Quest 2, Facebook & Instagram
The immersive concert experience was shot by director Lewis Smithingham. Viewers will have the opportunity to see and hear Post Malone's "raw journey through life's ups and downs, joy and pain, light and darkness, glory and decay."
"Post Malone's Twelve Carat Toothache: A VR Experience" premieres on the Venues in Horizon Worlds event platform. It will kick off at 9 p.m. on July 15. A re-watch can be accessed afterwards via Oculus TV.
The VR experience will also be available on 2D screens without a VR headset. Meta is releasing the concert via Post Malone's Facebook and Instagram pages. It will also be available as Watch Together in Messenger and via Instagram video calls.