WATCH: Post Malone belts out Dubliners song with ease

Post Malone is blowing up Irish radio stations with hit after hit and it seems that the rapper is also a fan of Irish music.

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Showed up to a @postmalone concert last night without a ticket...ended up in his dressing room singing The Auld Triangle with the man himself 🤷🏼‍♂️🤷🏼‍♂️

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Fan Darragh O’Rourke sneaked into Malone’s recent Dublin gig without a ticket and got himself backstage to meet the man himself.

But wait - it gets even better.

Darragh broke into a version of The Dubliners classic The Auld Triangle - because why not - and before he knew it, Post Malone was singing alongside him.

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beerbongs & buds 📷 by @adamdegross

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Who knew Malone was a fan of the Dubliners...

Will we hear a collab anytime soon?

WATCH: Post Malone belts out Dubliners song with ease

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