Alex Mali is a rising singer-songwriter from Brooklyn, New York. Not too long ago, she released an eye-catching audiovisual for her “Good Good” single.
Alex Mali – “Good Good” music video
“It’s such a downer that many of us, including myself, will not be attending the Labor Day Carnival. Or any Carnival this year. I truly hope everyone has as much fun at home as we did on set and that it encourages those who haven’t to attend when the world is back in service.” – Alex Mali stated
The Omni Films-directed music video celebrates Alex Mali’s Caribbean (Trinidadian and Jamaican) heritage. Also, the eye-catching video honors the annual West Indian Day Parade that usually takes place on Brooklyn’s Eastern Parkway. Furthermore, the celebratory video finds Mali dancing through the streets of New York in wardrobe inspired by classic handcrafted Carnival costume created by Ebony Iman of Iman Worldwide. Also, James Alonzo White (Travis Scott, Cardi B, Rotimi) assisted in the choreography.
‘Good Good’ contains a relatable narrative, pleasing vocals, and tuneful melodies. Also, the celebratory tune possesses rhythmic instrumentation flavored with tropical R&B and contemporary dancehall elements. Furthermore, “Good Good” serves as an appetizing taste to what listeners can expect to hear on Alex Mali’s sophomore EP, entitled, “Phenom”.
Mali embodies the importance of celebration and joy and remains true to her cultural roots. So far, she has accumulated over 11 million streams online via Spotify and seven million via Apple Music. Her music is influenced by an electric assortment of genres with an undeniable demonstration of strength in melodic and lyrical ability. Raised with a very rich heritage stemming from a Jamaican mother and a Trinidadian father, she stands above the crowd scoring spots on popular playlists such as New Music Friday, Alternative R&B, Fresh Finds, and more.
Alex Mali – “Phenom” EP
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