Single: Mal & Quill – “Beat Monster” ft. Q Money (Prod. by Marc Beatmonster)

The Zone 6 Upstarts Radiate a Quiet Menace in Their Latest Banger

11.15.2018

Critical Praise:

“Yung Mal and Lil Quill have been pumping out a whole lot of music in recent times and are proving that they have what it takes to be next up.”HotNewHipHop

“Yung Mal & Lil Quill have quickly become two of the most promising young artist coming out of Atlanta.” – Elevator

“If you like triplet after triplet of fluid, free flowing rhymes floated over trap house beats cooked up in the South then Yung Mal and Lil Quill got you.”EARMILK

The Song:

Trading bars and livening up each others’ rhymes with absurdly catchy ad-libs, Mal & Quill have an almost telepathic chemistry. Quietly stalking the subsonic trap instrumental like cheetahs hunting a gazelle, Mal & Quill feast on the beat in Beat Monster,” their latest single. Produced by Marc Beatmonster, who gives the track its name, “Beat Monster” finds the two Zone 6 rising stars flexing their flow arsenals, switching from triplets to halting cadences to tumbling, over-the-bar-line flows, all accented with hypnotic ad-libs. Featuring a charismatic, auto-tuned appearance from Q Money, “Beat Monster” is the latest single from Blessed Lil Bastards 3Mal & Quill’s upcoming project. “Beat Monster” follows “Dolce Gabbana,” the duo’s collaboration with Hoodrich Pablo Juan, and the lavish videos for  “Laundry” and the Richie Souf-produced “Ain’t The Same.”

Proudly representing East Atlanta’s Zone 6, Mal & Quill are rising up on a wave of grassroots support. Ready to level up and reach a hungry new audience, Mal & Quill sharpen their bars and enhance their rhythmic hooks on Blessed Lil Bastards 3. Though many ATL rappers opt to face the relentless grind as solo artists, Mal & Quill accentuate each other’s strengths, as Yung Mal’s smooth and percussive flow contrast against Lil Quill’s drawly cadences and irreverent ad-libs. The follow-up to the duo’s Summer 2018 mixtape Souf6the duo’s collaborative tape with rising producer Richie SoufBlessed Lil Bastards 3 is a testament to the Zone 6 group’s ride-or-die bond, as they exhibit a chemistry unseen in their city since the early days of Migos. Blessed Lil Bastards 3 arrives this fall via 1017 Eskimo/Alamo.

Listen to “Beat Monster” ft. Q Money: https://soundcloud.com/yungmalandlilquill/beat-monster // https://open.spotify.com/track/3wsncBkQzTg18SFJoLlM3y?si=ZwYW7nUwTHmfRAFlKo_Ryw // https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/beat-monster-feat-q-money-single/1442037359

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“Beat Monster” ft. Q Money: https://soundcloud.com/yungmalandlilquill/beat-monster // https://open.spotify.com/track/3wsncBkQzTg18SFJoLlM3y?si=ZwYW7nUwTHmfRAFlKo_Ryw // https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/beat-monster-feat-q-money-single/1442037359

“Dolce Gabbana” ft. Hoodrich Pablo Juan: https://soundcloud.com/yungmalandlilquill/dolce-gabbana-feat-hoodrich-pablo-juan // https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ieB7srr9zT4

“Ain’t The Same”: https://youtu.be/obJPw9TQBxQ

“Laundry”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3nqzv3i9m70

Souf6https://open.spotify.com/album/3so8mekyaUUGYjZNhUTZ8a?si=hYUPGBADTWGpC6zr8Hb-zQ

“Been In My Bag”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9F2y-G3PdiM

Kids of the 6https://open.spotify.com/album/3GIfxWhIojFpQYbGdLpqK6?si=qiMstGtASJGtdyxSojOu4w