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About Mally Mall

Brazilian-Egyptian hip-hop record producer and rapper Mally Mall came to wider public attention following a shout-out on Drake's "The Motto." The Californian, whose real name is Jamal Rashid, became a music fan at an early age and was heavily influence by Bay Area producers like Rick Rock and Ant Banks. Eventually, he was signed to Empire Distribution and earned his first production credits on the Bone Thugs-N-Harmony records Thug Stories and Strength & Loyalty. Later, Mall became a record executive and launched his own labels Mally Mall Music and Future Music. His team went on to produce a number of high-profile artists including Chris Brown, Drake, Usher, Snoop Dogg, and Lupe Fiasco. Although most of his early career was spent behind the scenes, Drake's mention of him in one of his songs, and his appearance alongside his then-girlfriend Nikki Mudarris in VH1's reality TV show Love & Hip Hop, raised his public profile. Subsequently, he delved deeper into the performance side of the music industry, releasing hit singles like "Where You At," featuring French Montana, 2 Chainz, and Iamsu, "Purpose," featuring Rich the Kid and Rayven Justice, and "Physical," featuring Jeremih and E-40. ~ Bekki Bemrose

Jul 7, 1977