A master of distributing syllables in unpredictable fashion, ATL rapper Yung Mal has the freshest flow in his city. Revisiting a standout cut from his Iceburg mixtape, Mal shares “Numbers (Remix)”, his new video. “Numbers” is a spritely trap banger defined by hyperactive piano, setting the scene for Mal to teach some math: “Judge gave my brother ten/He hit a move for eleven bricks/Don’t fuck with 12, I’m never gon’ snitch/The trap behind me, that’s thirteen sticks.” The remix recruits loud-mouthed rising star Stunna 4 Vegas for a typically brash verse, countering Mal’s precision with brash abandon. In the video, directed by NDOH, Mal escapes from the police to fight in an underground boxing match. After knocking out his opponent, Mal meets up with Stunna to party in Zone 6 with models and bottles. “Numbers (Remix)” is the latest in a quality string of releases from Mal that started late last year, including the raucous “Stashed In The Vent”, “Juggernaut”, a new single produced by Kappa featuring Gucci Mane and Lil GotIt, and “Started Actin’ Funny”, Mal’s bite-sized banger that inspired a video with appearances from BlocBoy JB and NLE Choppa.
Last summer, the emcee known for his work with fellow Zone 6 rapper Lil Quill shared Iceburg, his debut solo mixtape. he mixtape hosted a long line of successful singles, including the recent “Toothpaste”, the Gunna-featuring “War”, the head-nodding lyrical exercise “Numbers”, 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 2020.