Mally Mall Catapults Rae Sremmurd and Juicy J into the Billboard Hot 100 with the Smash Hit ‘Powerglide’

AMusic Industry Veteran Continues to Make His Mark on Hip-Hop with New Projects

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LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Veteran hip-hop producer Mally Mall adds another chart-topping hit to his resume with the release of “Powerglide” performed by Rae Sremmurd featuring Juicy J. The single debuted at No. 76 on Billboard’s Hot 100, and No. 37 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and No. 20 on R&B/Hip-Hop Digital Song Sales.

Following its initial debut, the song has continued to gain momentum having been featured in an ESPN primetime promo and with the release of the music video, earning over three million views in just three days. A review by Pitchfork praises the song for elevating trap music.

“I feel blessed to have produced the track and put it all together,” said Mally Mall, who recently celebrated the success of “Powerglide” at Church on Sundays, the music industry’s hottest night in Hollywood. “I’ve had a lot of success, and I’m proud to count this as one among many. I have a talented team and we’re continuing to go up from here.”

The success of “Powerglide” is part of a long list of accolades earned by Mally Mall, including Top 10 hit such as “Transform Ya” with Chris Brown, Swiss Beats and Lil Wayne, “Caught Up” with Usher and “Peaches and Cream” with 112. His consistent work with industry newcomers and icons like Snoop Dogg and Justin Bieber has secured his place in the industry as one of the most talented and versatile producers in the game.

In recent years, successful singles like “Powerglide,” shout outs in hits from big names like Wiz Khalifa and Drake, and appearances in the pop culture phenomenon “Love and Hip Hop Hollywood,” are some of the things that have kept Mally Mall top of mind with today’s hip-hop fans. However, his legacy, influence and impact on the music industry stretches back nearly two decades, and goes beyond the mixing board.

In 2008, Mally Mall executive produced “2 Turntables and a Microphone, The Life and Death of Jam Master J” in collaboration with rapper and actor 50 Cent. He’s also credited with retrieving 2Pac vocals and returning them to famed rapper’s family after his death.

Currently, Mally Mall is the studio working on new music as a producer, but also as an artist. Other projects include a soon-to- launch collection with the clothing brand Eyeconic.

To learn more about Mally Mall’s upcoming projects, and to view his EPK, visit Follow Mally Mall on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.

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Blac Chyna Steals Tyga's Producer, Mally Mall

Blac Chyna Steals Tyga's Producer, Mally Mall

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"Blac Chyna's upcoming debut album is following a recipe for success -- feature a bunch of big-name rappers ... and team up with the guy who made her baby daddy a star.

Sources close to Chyna tell TMZ ... she's working with Mally Mall, the producer who discovered Tyga and helped launch his rap career, and she's recruiting hip-hop stars to get on the mic with her. We're told some of the names include Yo Gotti, Tory Lanez, Jeremih and Rae Sremmurd's Swae Lee -- who was chilling in studio with BC and Mally in this clip.

We're told she's aiming high with her debut. Remember Nicki Minaj was Chyna's inspiration to record, after they co-starred in a Yo Gotti music video.

We're told she's been laying down tracks featuring rap, "poetry music" and traditional singing."

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Bizzy Bone Supports Non Profit | Kind Hearted Compassion In Action Foundation

Bizzy Bone Supports Non Profit | Kind Hearted Compassion In Action Foundation

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Kind-Hearted Compassion in Action Foundation provides a platform for talented musicians, artists and activists who come from adverse circumstances to be able to share their work


SANTA ANA, CA (Dec. 14, 2015) – The stars came out to support a good cause at the Elevate Genius Concert and Charity event at the historic Yost Theater in Santa Ana. The red carpet event, presented by the Kind-Hearted Compassion in Action Foundation spearheaded by Executive Producer Dave Naidu, Pamela Tahim Thakur and Dr. Sonia Singh

provided a creative platform for talented musicians, artists and activists, who come from adverse circumstances, to be able to share their work. Industry expert Steve Lobel gave a riveting speech as the keynote speaker and Bizzy Bone, of the legendary Hip-Hop group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, headlined the concert attended by celebrity guests Mally Mall, Lil Rome Diddy, Young Lace, Kid Lace, Quarter Bird and more.


Guests enjoyed performances by rising star DJ Kiss and socially conscious artists Fatell, DJ Royelle, Phase V, DJ Krazy K, Natalie Stephenson, Go Gettas, Greg Sykes aka Mad Habit, Trademark, Mary Harris, Ilette Hill, Jovan Armand and Trevous Millhouse. Presenters included Mayor Bao Nguyen, Christine Devine from Fox 11 News, Dean Dr. Gail Stearns and philanthropist Jane Gehr and the event was hosted by executive talent scout Big Mike Rob and Cedric Clark NufCed. Human rights activists AJ Redkey and Steven Sweetleaf of InLeague Press, filmmaker Lili Teplan, socially conscious musician of 2015 Fatell, and co-producer Mike Long aka Flowganic, were the night’s honorees.


In addition to the music performances, social justice art was on display through curator Stephan Baxter by artists John Sollom (OC Weekly Artist 2012), Valerie Lewis (OC Weekly Best Artist 2014), Art Guevara, Amanda Rue, Jason Marcos, Michael Ziobrowski, Rene Cardona, Steve Metzger and Hagop Nagerian.


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About Kind-Hearted Compassion in Action

A non-profit foundation dedicated to supporting exceptional musicians, artists and activists, who come from adverse circumstances, to be able to share their genius to creative positive social change and uplift the consciousness of humanity. When Orange County attorney Pamela Tahim’s brother Jesse asked for her help on his new project, she happily agreed. His dream was to create a movement to make popular mainstream Hip-Hop music more socially conscious. He saw the state of our world and knew the power of music and the arts could clearly make a difference. Sadly, Jesse passed away a few days later at just 24 years old, from a pulmonary embolism. In honor of her brother, Pamela, along with psychologist Dr. Sonia Singh, founded Kind-Hearted Compassion in Action Foundation, dedicated to creating awareness and activism of critical social issues such as poverty, homelessness, genocides and human rights abuses. 

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