Post Malone pays to pay tribute to Kurt Cobainis the iconic group with a special home concert, with songs from Nirvana… and that’s it for charity relief from coronavirus. The singer posted a somewhat enigmatic video on Wednesday, showing himself sitting on a stool on stage, with an acoustic guitar in hand … while an invisible crowd rejoices in the background. It is very reminiscent of the famous show “MTV: Unplugged” by Kurt in the 90s. After playing the sequence, a title card titled “Post Malone Nirvana Tribute Livestream” flashes on the screen to tease a Friday special on YouTube. Our sources say that Post wanted to honor the leader of Nirvana this month, which marks the 26th anniversary of his death. In the same breath, he also wants to help in the fight against COVID-19. Post will have a donation button on its YouTube page on the day of the home special – which we are told will be filmed in the bar of its living room – and the money will be donated to the Solidarity COVID-19 of the Fondation des United Nations Intervention Fund for the World Health Organization – a newly created organization that uses funds to help train and equip communities to detect and repel the virus in the field. YouTube matches all PM donations. It sounds like the music will be strictly Nirvana, although there may be some other songs sprinkled on it. FYI… it is got a tattoo on his face which reads “Stay Away”, after the song Nirvana of the same name. So yes, better than average, you will hear it on Friday.