Pioneering a blend of high-energy and bouncy rap music, Yung Mal & Lil Quill elevate trap tracks with their electric chemistry. Strutting their stuff in a hangar, flocked by Ferraris, Yung Mal & Lil Quill deliver “Laundry,” their latest video.
Complete with a gauzy and immersive production from rising ATL super-producer Richie Souf, “Laundry” finds the 1017 Eskimo/Alamo-signed duo flaunting a long list of vices and accomplishments, and earning even more cash to supplement their expensive habits.
In the video, the fresh-faced ATL rappers race a collection of cars amidst purple haze and kaleidoscope dreams. “Laundry” is the opening track from Souf6, the duo’s latest project, produced in full by Richie Souf, released in June.
Proudly representing East Atlanta’s Zone 6, Yung Mal & Lil Quill are rising up on a wave of grassroots support. The duo gained attention with their irrepressible energy, swapping rapidfire bars on hits like “Been In My Bag,” which has over 1.2 million views on YouTube. With support from Gucci Mane, who signed the duo to his 1017 Eskimo venture, Yung Mal & Lil Quill are on track to become ATL’s biggest rap group since Migos.
GRAVEDGR Releases Six Heavy-Hitting Remixes to His Debut Hit “RAMPAGE”
Following the mysterious GRAVEDGR’s debut release “RAMPAGE” on Carnage‘s Heavyweight Recordsearlier this year, he has released six different remixes to the cult favorite track. The remix package features tracks by Riot Ten, Kami x Greater Than, Caine, YDG, Schade, and Dr Phunk. From the first remix by Riot Ten – who is best known from his hit “Rail Breaker” – full of grinding synths and stabbing bass, to Dr Phunk‘s heart-wrenching hardstyle rendition, to Schade‘s driving bass house version, there’s something for everyone among the “RAMPAGE” remixes. The original “RAMPAGE” amassed over 5M streams on Spotify, secured the #8 spot on the platform’s Global Viral 50, and was featured on Spotify “Mint” playlist. GRAVEDGR then released his hardstyle-influenced second single “JESSE JAMES” shortly afterward and played his first show at LA‘s emblematic El Rey Theatre this summer. Keep an eye out for more new music coming this fall from this masked maestro of doom.
Take one look at GRAVEDGR and it’s easy to see where his name comes from – constantly donning black attire and his signature face mask, it’s no surprise that his day job is literally digging graves. All the time spent contemplating morality must have inspired his musical sound, which can be summed up as simultaneously scary, melodic and hard. This mysterious character seems to have a knack for creating catchy music that always works the crowd into a frenzy, and the release of “RAMPAGE” and “JESSE JAMES” on the notorious Carnage‘s Heavyweight Records, GRAVEDGR is already establishing himself as one to watch. Stay tuned for the next sinister tune coming soon from this nefarious new producer.
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Yung Mal X Quill X Richie Souf-“Ain’t The Same”
Demonstrating an invigorating chemistry in their energetic strain of bouncy trap, rising duo Yung Mal & Lil Quill have ATL on smash. Reflective on recent losses and their increasing success, Mal & Quill share a visual for the soft-spoken “Ain’t The Same
Ruminating over an aqueous downtempo production from Richie Souf, the two rappers revel in their riches and their accomplishments, but not without thinking about the struggle they’ve overcome or the people they’ve lost. In the video, Mal & Quill chill with their tight-knit crew, mobbing in an apartment complex, shooting dice. “Ain’t The Same” is a standout track from Souf6, the duo’s Richie Souf-produced project, released in June.
Proudly representing East Atlanta’s Zone 6, Yung Mal & Lil Quill are rising up on a wave of grassroots support. The duo gained attention with their irrepressible energy, swapping rapidfire bars on hits like “Been In My Bag,” which has over 1.3 million views on YouTube. With support from Gucci Mane, who signed the duo to his 1017 Eskimo venture, Yung Mal & Lil Quill are on track to become ATL’s biggest rap group since Migos.