A Hackney native, by way of Zimbabwe, Malv is best known for his production on Not3’s chart topping song Addison Lee. Now he starts his transition to artistry with fresh release ‘Too Much Sauce’. The track is about having your own flair and being yourself, or as Malv puts it, “However you feel comfortable that’s your sauce.” Initially remaking music that he enjoyed, influenced by ‘Soulja Boy’s Crank That’, Malv gradually started making a name in the underground rap & urban movements as a producer, and before long was signed to Stratford’s J.O.A.T. Music Group.
Malv coins his sound as H-Town Bounce; reminiscent of and inspired by the sound of his borough—featuring fellow Hackney local, Rich Love. ‘Too Much Sauce’ stands on it’s own, a feel good record infused with all the necessary ingredients to add to the perfect party playlist. Premiering the track live at SXSW in Austin, Texas, 2018 is set to be an undoubtedly great year for Malv—with upcoming tour dates with J Fresh, a performance at Harare Stadium in Zimbabwe alongside Wizkid and his EP ‘Pardon The Sauce’ to shortly follow. Malv will be playing a variety of shows over the summer, full details below.