Steven Malcolm "Cardio"

Steven Malcolm has flows as vibrant as his drip in the official music video for Cardio.

The SALT Productions-directed visual showcases Malcolm’s undeniable star power.

The music video follows the September 15, 2023 release of the single. Cardio will appear on Malcolm’s forthcoming studio LP. Ramping things up with the video, Steven Malcolm explained the thoughts that went into creating both the record and the visual…

“I wanted to make an anthem I would have listened to in the high school locker room before a big game,” shares Malcolm. “This song is all about owning the greatness that results from hard work and dedication.”

The visual encapsulates Malcolm’s favorite things: Christ, dance, exercise, fashion, and fellowship. His pizazz legitimizes his aim of becoming CHH’s next crossover emcee.

About “Cardio” by Steven Malcolm

Cardio‘s fiery anthem follows Malcolm’s monstrous bop “Monster” which featured UK Christian trio LZ7.

The rising hip-hop heavyweight pounds the pavement with a dose of motivation to inspire listeners to rise above life’s biggest obstacles.

“We all have a race to run. To be great and keep keeping on takes two things: a little inspiration and cardio!”

Cardio is available now on all digital platforms. The energetic track sets the tone for Malcolm’s next album.

Preparing for the next Steven Malcolm Album

Poised for release in early 2024, the Michigan native’s next studio LP is the highly anticipated follow-up to his familial 16-track project, Tree. ‘Tree’ recently received a 2023 GMA Dove Award nomination in the Rap/Hip-Hop Album of the Year Category. The nod marks Malcolm’s seventh career Dove Award nomination.

For more information, visit www.stevenmalcolm.com

Faith Child "Cardio"

Faith Child reminds listeners that the moments we feel like running away from God are the moments we should run closer to Him.

Cardio is full of clever punch lines and lyrical flare. Perfect for your workout playlist, Cardio sits on a fast-paced drill beat. The London rapper fuses the UK and New York sound with a gospel message. “Running from God don’t count as cardio!”