Mali Music - Beautiful

Posted 2 years ago
Producer:
Jerry "Wonda" Duplessis
Album:
Mali Is…

Back in March of 2013, Mali Music introduced himself to The DJBooth with Ready Aim, a sweeping ballad chronicling his struggles against the forces of darkness. A year and change later, the Los Angeles singer/songwriter isn’t feeling quite so embattled. In fact, his life’s been downright Beautiful lately. Released along with some understated visuals by Sarah McClogan, this joint finds Mali paying heartfelt tribute to all those who have shown him love and helped lay the groundwork for the wonderful existence he currently enjoys. The Man Upstairs, of course, gets a shout-out: “I can’t go without sayin’ that I thank God for you all now.” Fans will be able to find this uplifting cut and much more on the Georgia native’s Mali Is…, due out June 17, via ByStorm Entertainment/RCA.

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