Video: Yung Mal – “Belaire”

The Alamo Records Signee and His 1.5 Crew Prepare Their Takeover in a ATL-Set Video

Critical Praise:

“After his rise to prominence through the duo Mal & Quill through the late 2010s, East Atlanta rapper Yung Mal has ventured off for some strong solo offerings, first with last year’s Iceburg and now with his latest 6 RINGS, a quick-hitting 12-track project full of rapid fire flows and strong instrumentals from producer Pyrex.” – HYPEBEAST

“Drenched in authenticity, New Orleans-born, Atlanta-bred rapper Yung Mal is looking like the next to blow out of the south.” – XXL

“The young ATL rapper has been making strides in his city as the next-up.” — HotNewHipHop

“Yung Mal is on a fast ascension through the industry.” — ELEVATOR

“One of the most promising rising artists…Mal consistently brings interesting and unique flows onto stellar production.” — Lyrical Lemonade

“Yung Mal has been the talk of the town in Atlanta” — Karen Civil

The Video:

Rising from the streets of Zone 6 to the top of the ATL trap scene, Yung Mal has plenty to celebrate. Popping bottles of his favorite champagne, the Alamo Records signee shares Belaire,” his latest video single. Switching up his vocal approach for the new song, “Belaire” finds Mal experimenting with auto-tune, giving his rhythmic patter a melodic edge as he promises to go hard every day for his: “Got rich, but the hood, I’m still there.” In the video, Mal pops a bottle of the titular champagne at an Atlanta apartment complex, mobbing with his 1.5 Da Label crew before migrating to a soundstage where he channels Diddy and employs a butler dedicated to holding his umbrella. “Belaire” is Mal’s third standout visual to hit in the past few weeks, following the flex-heavy  Look At Me Now” and Stay Down,” which features a cameo appearance from NLE Choppa.

Yung Mal is in the midst of following up a big 2020, featuring two high-octane collaborative projects with rising producers. Released in March, 6 Rings paired Mal with Pyrex Whippa. Sporting appearances from Lil KeedLil Gotit, and Doe Boy6 Rings received praise from publications like HYPEBEAST and XXL. Later in the year, Mal released Iceberg Sosa, produced in full by Memphis producer Sosa808 (Key Glock, G Herbo), which featured highlight video singles like “Hitstick” and “Own Drip.” Ready to capitalize on his , Yung Mal looks to assume his rightful place among Atlanta’s trap elite.

Stay tuned for 1.5 Way or No Way, Mal’s next project, coming in Spring 2021.

Watch “Belaire”: https://youtu.be/FsZwYBB5Dgc

Buy/Stream “Belaire”: http://yungmal.lnk.to/Belaire

Please contact Michelle or Andrea for more info.

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Bio, photos, music, and more available here: www.audibletreats.com/yung-mal

“Belaire”: http://yungmal.lnk.to/Belairehttps://youtu.be/FsZwYBB5Dgc

“Look At Me Now”: https://youtu.be/3JsI7ifFRKE / http://yungmal.lnk.to/LookAtMeNow

“Stay Down”: http://yungmal.lnk.to/StayDown

“All Cap”: https://youtu.be/nu_IvttN6gU

Iceberg Sosahttps://music.apple.com/us/album/iceberg-sosa-ep/1525070195

6 Rings (Prod. by Pyrex Whippa): http://smarturl.it/6rings

“Shut Up” ft. Lil Gotit & Lil Keed: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-0WMH-Z9mA0

“Blake Griffin” ft. Doe Boy: http://smarturl.it/blakegriffin / https://youtu.be/8WVK2loSsA8

“Numbers” (Remix) ft. Stunna4Vegas: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=obPyN0q5URo