Steven Malcolm is a Christian Hip-Hop recording artist from Grand Rapids, Michigan. His music has been streamed over 11.5 million times, has been featured on Spotify’s New Music Friday, been used by the NBA on ESPN, and on VH1’s “Black Ink Crew”.
He grew up in Kalamazoo, Michigan; Tampa, Florida; and Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Malcolm released his 2013 mixtape Real Hip Hop, and a year later self-released the full-length Monsters Ink. He went on to competitions and live performances and was named to Rapzilla's Freshmen of 2016 list. After he signed with Word Entertainment and became the first artist on its newly established hip-hop imprint, 4 Against 5, Malcolm reached the streaming charts in early 2017 with the pop-rap tune "Party in the Hills," featuring Andy Mineo and Hollyn. His label debut, Steven Malcolm, was released that February and registered on Billboard's Top Christian Albums chart. Malcolm performed at that year's GMA Dove Awards and was nominated in three categories. Between albums, Malcolm recorded verses for other artists, including Torey D'Shaun's "Boomerang (Remix)" and Evan and Eris' "Be Alright." Malcolm's second album for 4 Against 5, The Second City, was released in January 2019.
Steven married Teaira on Friday August 17, 2018. They were married in Steven’s hometown of Grand Rapids, Michigan at The Revel Center.
2017: Steven Malcolm (US Christ. No. 34) (US Heat. No. 14) 2019: The Second City
2018: The Second City (Part 1) 2018: The Second City (Part 2)
*The original version of "Even Louder" features Leeland, and appears on The Second City.
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