The Designer-Clad Zone 6 Rising Star Dwells On The Benefits of Fame in His Latest Video Single
Stacking syllables about his impeccable taste in fashion and females, Yung Mal is thoroughly enjoying his run as an ATL rising star. Today, the Zone 6 standout shares “Bachelor,” his latest ode to life’s finer things. Drilling through an Andy Ayaz-produced atmospheric trap instrumental with the force and speed of a jackhammer, Mal stymies his haters with a startling array of boasts–but it’s not really bragging if it’s true: “Aw f*ck, I really run them bands up/I make ’em hate my guts.” In the video, which features a cameo appearance from Mal’s close friend and frequent collaborator Lil Quill, Mal rocks three chains and a designer hoodie, enjoying the company of models as special effects highlight his lyrics and his drip. “Bachelor” is the latest in a line of quality videos, following last week’s “Back @ It,” Mal’s latest collab with Lil Quill, and the “#’s” (Remix), featuring Stunna 4 Vegas.
Last summer, the 24-year-old emcee shared Iceburg, his debut solo mixtape. he mixtape hosted a long line of successful singles, including the recent “Toothpaste,“ the Gunna-featuring “War“ (522k views), the head-nodding lyrical exercise “#’s“, the Gucci Mane-featuring, Complex-premiered “Fresh”, and the exotic slapper “Action,” featuring Lil GotIt, produced by Pi’erre Bourne, and premiered by HYPEBEAST. Featuring additional appearances from King Von and Lil Quill, Iceburg is available to stream everywhere via 1017 Eskimo/Alamo Records. Stay tuned for much more from Yung Mal as he looks to make a huge mark on 202