Jamaal 'Mali Music' Pollard is truth in music! The Savannah based singer, songwriter, producer is breaking out of the conventional gospel music. Mali Music began playing piano at age 5 and wrote his first song at age 8 and has been actively pursuing his music ministry and career ever since adding acoustic guitar and electric bass to his instrumental proficiency. Mali Music's love for music is largely influenced by legendary artist Sam Cooke and Otis Redding. Mali Music's sound is heavily inspired by the work of music geniuses Bilal and D'Angelo...free, boundless and uninhibited. Mali Music serves as Minister of Music at Faith on the Move Ministries and though he remains unrestricted as a musician and artist, his passion lies in creating powerful, effective Christian lifestyle music that crosses genres and seeps to the core of people. "The Holy Ghost requires a certain atmosphere to move freely, and it's all on how you present yourself that will determine if you will be received spiritually, lyrically, musically, or received at all", Mali Music explains. "That's where I learned to set the atmosphere and be 100% transparent! People love honesty, and if we can relate...we can experience this thing together." Along with being a phenomenal singer and songwriter, Mali Music is an accomplished producer. He has production and vocal credits on recent projects Gumbo Red (Dedicated Music Group) and Nayshon Shaka from label mate Laura Wilson. Mali Music scored the soundtrack for the Savannah College of Art and Design film Linked and has scored two gospel stage plays, Urban Resurrection (2005) and Zion's March (2006). Consequently birthing his production company Mali Music Note Productions and 2008 marked the launch of his independent label SoundWalk Music Group, under the management of OvaFlo Entertainment.