Described as R&B’s best kept secret, Mali Music is back with the soothing new track, “Gonna Be Alright,” produced by hitmaker Salaam Remi (Nas, Amy Winehouse, Fergie, Fugees, Miguel, Alicia Keys).
Mali delivers lyrics that speak to your soul singing, “I got a song to sing / It’s a song about love for you / It’s a song about faith / I see all that you’re going through / It’s gonna be alright.”
His fans are going crazy as you can see in his comments on Instagram.
For those who aren’t familiar with him yet, he introduces himself on the second verse, “So let me introduce myself / I go by the name Mali / And it’s nice to meet you. I’m a chill kind of guy / Don’t want to hurt nobody / And love is the lens I peep you through.”
Mali Music has hopes for the future despite the state of crisis we and the world may be going through right now. In a press release he said, “Everyone knows that there are two things that are certain in the world today: death and corruption. In the years that have passed, everyone has thrived in the state of crisis. So, in hopes for the future, I want to let everyone know with ‘Gonna Be Alright’ that grace abounds steel and everything will indeed be alright.”
Signed to Bystorm Entertainment (Miguel, J.Cole), Mali Music is a singer-songwriter and talented musician who plays piano, acoustic guitar and electric bass. He was nominated for a Grammy in the category of Best Urban Contemporary Album with Beyoncé, Chris Brown, Pharell, and Jhené Aiko.
Mali Music believes that music goes beyond lyrics and a beat. He believes that music is “about inciting physical, emotional, and spiritual change with nothing more than a beat, a melody, and a smile.”
We look forward to more music and hearing his forthcoming album!
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