What better way to ring the new year in than getting a huge menacing-looking tattoo on the side of your face?
Post Malone has added to his already full-on facial ink, filling out his impressive array with a new tattoo that depicts a hand holding a weapon. Happy New Year, guys.
The 24-year-old musician is famous for his tats and this new addition is definitely a standout piece.
His tattoo artist shared a close-up of the rapper's new ink to Instagram so you can see it in all its glory.
It was accompanied by the caption: "Last tattoo of 2019. Gauntlet on the baby boy @postmalone love u. 2020 is going to be next level. Love you all."
And then the proud owner of the new art, Post shared it himself, telling his 19.5 million followers to have a 'good ass new year'.
Difficult to imagine Post Malone without a face full of tattoos, isn't it, but a Photoshop expert has given the world a glimpse into what he would look like if he hadn't got all tatted up.
With all his ink removed, he looks very... well, normal.
Not only did YouTuber Mitchell Wiggs take off the musician's face tats, he also smoothed out his signature curly hair, instead opting to give him a neat short back and sides.
Instead of his unique facial art, Austin Richard Post (as his mum calls him) is left with not only a clear face, but an absolutely great complexion.
The video itself is pretty mesmerising, as Mitchell gradually removes Post's tattoos one by one, evening out his skint tone and getting rid of any sign of them.
He's left looking very clean cut and mature, and you can easily envision him as part of a boy band or working in a bank. He certainly looks more like the type that your dad wouldn't mind you bringing home.
But it doesn't look like Post is planning on stopping his tattoo addiction any time soon, and he's even recently added to his collection.
During a trip to Japan last year, the American artist popped in to the Three Tides Tattoo parlour in Tokyo and added another etching to his face by the incredibly impressive artist Ganji.
The studio shared a video of him seeing his new tattoo for the first time - it's fair to say he was into it, but I suppose he's definitely got the tattoo bug.