Alex Mali celebrates carnival with "Good Good" music video
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With the absence of the annual West Indian Day Parade in NYC this year, Brooklyn-bred artist Alex Mali releases the new visual for "Good Good," a celebration of her Caribbean heritage to honor the highly coveted event that takes place on Brooklyn's Eastern Parkway. She taps her Trinidadian and Jamaican backgrounds for the eye-catching Omni Films directed music video. With James Alonzo White (Travis Scott, Cardi B, Rotimi) assisted choreography, Mali dances through the streets of New York in wardrobe inspired by classic handcrafted Carnival costume and created by Ebony Iman of Iman Worldwide.
Mali embodies the importance of celebration and joy and remains true to her cultural roots. "It's such a downer that many of us, including myself, will not be attending the Labor Day Carnival or any Carnival this year," she said. "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."
With over 11M Spotify and 7M Apple Music streams, Mali's long awaited sophomore six-track EP Phenom is an excellent display of her ability to crossover R&B, pop, dancehall and trap music seamlessly. Mali arrived in 2019 with her debut EP "Sweet & Sour", since receiving praise from Complex, FADER, Teen Vogue, Pitchfork, Clash, Wonderland and more.
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September 7, 2020 11:30am ET by Pressparty