Single: Mal & Quill – “Beat Monster” ft. Q Money (Prod. by Marc Beatmonster)
The Zone 6 Upstarts Radiate a Quiet Menace in Their Latest Banger
“Yung Mal and Lil Quill have been pumping out a whole lot of music in recent times and are proving that they have what it takes to be next up.” – HotNewHipHop
“Yung Mal & Lil Quill have quickly become two of the most promising young artist coming out of Atlanta.” – Elevator
“If you like triplet after triplet of fluid, free flowing rhymes floated over trap house beats cooked up in the South then Yung Mal and Lil Quill got you.” – EARMILK
Trading bars and livening up each others’ rhymes with absurdly catchy ad-libs, Mal & Quill have an almost telepathic chemistry. Quietly stalking the subsonic trap instrumental like cheetahs hunting a gazelle, Mal & Quill feast on the beat in “Beat Monster,” their latest single. Produced by Marc Beatmonster, who gives the track its name, “Beat Monster” finds the two Zone 6 rising stars flexing their flow arsenals, switching from triplets to halting cadences to tumbling, over-the-bar-line flows, all accented with hypnotic ad-libs. Featuring a charismatic, auto-tuned appearance from Q Money, “Beat Monster” is the latest single from Blessed Lil Bastards 3, Mal & Quill’s upcoming project. “Beat Monster” follows “Dolce Gabbana,” the duo’s collaboration with Hoodrich Pablo Juan, and the lavish videos for “Laundry” and the Richie Souf-produced “Ain’t The Same.”
Proudly representing East Atlanta’s Zone 6, Mal & Quill are rising up on a wave of grassroots support. Ready to level up and reach a hungry new audience, Mal & Quill sharpen their bars and enhance their rhythmic hooks on Blessed Lil Bastards 3. Though many ATL rappers opt to face the relentless grind as solo artists, Mal & Quill accentuate each other’s strengths, as Yung Mal’s smooth and percussive flow contrast against Lil Quill’s drawly cadences and irreverent ad-libs. The follow-up to the duo’s Summer 2018 mixtape Souf6, the duo’s collaborative tape with rising producer Richie Souf, Blessed Lil Bastards 3 is a testament to the Zone 6 group’s ride-or-die bond, as they exhibit a chemistry unseen in their city since the early days of Migos. Blessed Lil Bastards 3 arrives this fall via 1017 Eskimo/Alamo.
Listen to “Beat Monster” ft. Q Money: https://soundcloud.com/yungmalandlilquill/beat-monster // https://open.spotify.com/track/3wsncBkQzTg18SFJoLlM3y?si=ZwYW7nUwTHmfRAFlKo_Ryw // https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/beat-monster-feat-q-money-single/1442037359
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“Beat Monster” ft. Q Money: https://soundcloud.com/yungmalandlilquill/beat-monster // https://open.spotify.com/track/3wsncBkQzTg18SFJoLlM3y?si=ZwYW7nUwTHmfRAFlKo_Ryw // https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/beat-monster-feat-q-money-single/1442037359
“Dolce Gabbana” ft. Hoodrich Pablo Juan: https://soundcloud.com/yungmalandlilquill/dolce-gabbana-feat-hoodrich-pablo-juan // https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ieB7srr9zT4
“Ain’t The Same”: https://youtu.be/obJPw9TQBxQ
“Been In My Bag”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9F2y-G3PdiM