Mally ft. Danami - Better Days

Posted 6 years ago
Tags: MaLLy
Marcus Banks

The Minneapolis mic murderer is back with another one for the Booth. Better Days finds Mally straying from his from his cold weather-state roots. With Miami native Marcus Banks handling production duties, it seems only right that this breezy, heatwarming ode to the come-up sounds something like a conscious collab between Rick Ross and Common. Here, Mally teams up with Danami to send an uplifting message to those feeling down-and-out, emphasizing that, no matter how dark life may become, there are brighter times ahead. On the hook, Danami isn’t exactly outstanding but more than holds his own, giving Mally a great launch pad to create something special in the verses. This is just a free track for fans, but if it’s a sign of things to come then I know that I’m definitely downloading the artist’s next project, Quality of the Mind. Will you?


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