“Bad Girls are powerful, daring, educated women who test the boundaries of society. They don’t succumb to the stereotypes placed on them for their gender or any other matter. They rise above, they make change, they succeede aaaaand they look good doing it.”
Standing only 4 feet 11 inches tall, this Petite Powerhouse spits lyrics with the Ferocity of a Beast. Starting as a slam poet, Mala’s gift of phenomenal wordplay was immediately embraced by the New York City poetry circuit. With Hip-Hop in her heart and Rhythm running through her veins, it is evident that she is destined to leave a mark on the Hip Hop World. Her first show ever was at the infamous Knitting Factory, where the crowd was left with uncontrollable Applause. Her website MalaReignz.com sees Hundreds of hits per day, and her Fanbase is continually growing. Mala’s here to bring Hip-Hop blessed by a Woman’s touch. Her first mixtape “Miss Rap Supreme” put her on the map within the industry. Her single ‘Bx Til I Die’ featuring Elus, became The Bronx’s street anthem. The video was soon picked up by Music Choice and was added to rotation alongside Mainstream artists such as Ne-yo and Madonna. After single handedly establishing her buzz, Mala then went on to record her first EP ‘The Calm Before The Storm.’ This project solidified the artist’s place in the game. The lead single, “Dum Da Dum” received much acclaim and was broken on New York City radio by Ed Lover (Power 105.1) and DJ Enuff (Hot 97). All of the focus was now on Mala and she was awarded the coveted title of ‘Unsigned Hype’ in the Source Magazine.
Her ability to speak the truth about life, love, and womanhood, while at the same time verbally destroying any contender, is a gift that very few MCs have. She’s honed her skills for years and is now geared to become a household name. MCs beware! Mala Reignz will not lose!