In this special end-of-2023 episode, Alexander, Darius, and Daniel reflect on some of the most exciting albums released in the last calendar year and talk about what they’re excited about in 2024. We’ve got HEAVENONEARTH! Jon Keith! MercyMe and 90s punk rock? Check it out and let us know what you think!

Listen on the FiveTwenty Collective Substack now! Plus you can paste into your favorite podcast app to get new episodes automatically in your podcast feed.

Connect with AlexanderDaniel, and Darius on Instagram, and follow the DINO NUGGETS playlist on Apple Music or Spotify.


Background music: Bagels by Me & the Boys


Jon Keith – Eremos


Battz – Shuck N’ Jive


indie tribe. – L O W B L O W

KB – His Glory Alone II

Valley – Lost in Translation

John Davis – My Hope is Found in a God Who Can Raise Up the Dead

Juelz – Floorspace

We’re back with another episode of DINO NUGGETS, FiveTwenty Collective’s music listening show! Join us to hear Alexander and Darius talk about hot new releases from August, Derek Minor’s legacy, and what messages hip-hop can bring to the Church that other genres can’t.

Listen on the FiveTwenty Collective Substack now! Plus you can paste into your favorite podcast app to get new episodes automatically in your podcast feed.

Connect with Alexander and Darius on Instagram, and follow the DINO NUGGETS playlist on Apple Music or Spotify.


Background music: Shine On… by Max I Million


KB & Scootie Wop – Who the Son Sets Free

Nomis – West Coast Shottas (feat. Myka 9, Caps the Elusive, & Sojourn)

116 – Authority (feat. Lecrae, Tedashii, KB, & Derek Minor)

Derek Minor – Who You Know

Cian Ducrot – Endless Nights

Essenger & Cryoshell – As Above, so Below

Welcome to the July 2023 edition of DINO NUGGETS, FiveTwenty’s music discovery show! This time around Darius, Daniel, and Alexander are talking fresh releases from the month of July, the catchiest indie tribe. songs, country rap, some concert-going stories, and more. Listen on the FiveTwenty Collective Substack now! Plus you can paste into your favorite podcast app to get new episodes automatically in your podcast feed.

This episode also marks a whole year of DINO NUGGETS! Thanks for rocking with us!

Connect with AlexanderDaniel, and Darius on Instagram, and follow the DINO NUGGETS playlist on Apple Music or Spotify.


Background music: Outside Problems by Andrew Bird


indie tribe., nobigdyl., & Jon Keith – Slidin (feat. Mogli the Iceburg)

Jon Keith – Pleez

Warren Christian – Infinite (feat. 350)

Derek Minor – Of Course (feat. Byron Juane)

Timothy Brindle – The Completeness Cypher (feat. The Lamp Mode 7)

KB – Long Live the Champion (feat. Yariel & GabrielRodriguezEMC)

Diplo, Jessie Murph, & Polo G – Heartbroken

Seanti-Aeris – Start Again

LANY – Alonica

1k Phew 'What's Understood'

What’s good, everybody! Welcome to the sixteenth installment of FiveTwenty Collective’s DIVE Series*! In the previous two installments, I essentially dove into Childlike CiCi’s first EP, 4 Friday. I feel that my latest article was not up-to-par with the rest of my installments, so I will strive to make this one (and future installments) better!

Today, I will DIVE into a classic CHH (Christian Hip Hop) song from 2019. I recommend listening to the track near the bottom of this page before, during, or after reading this article. Note that I will review the most important parts of each part of the song. As always: Let’s DIVE!

“Behold, I am coming soon, bringing my recompense with me, to repay each one for what he has done. I am the Alpha and the Omega, the first and the last, the beginning and the end.” ‭‭- Revelation 22:12-13

About the Track

1K Phew‘s song, Back Soon, is the third track on his second official album, What’s Understood, released on February 15th, 2019, featuring KB and Parris Chariz. This song gives the sense that these artists know what they’re doing and are growing spiritually. The track has a relatively modern trap feel to it, along with some real fire bars.

Interpretation of the Track (Part 1)

The intro of the track starts off with:

“Young Otto. Young Otto, yeah. Put your hands in the air for Cardec. Ayy, got surfboard in here with me. HGA.”

This introduces us to the four primary people involved in the making of the song in the following order:

  1. “Young Otto” refers to the artist 1K Phew
  2. “Cardec” refers to the producer Cardec
  3. “Surfboard” referring the artist Parris Chariz
  4. “HGA” refers to the artist KB

1K Phew comes in with the Pre-Chorus of the record:

“Can’t go back, used to chase after that. Can’t go back, God came to save the day. Looking at the sky like the roof ’bout to crack. (See what I’m sayin’, ayy).”

Here, 1K Phew speaks on being unable to return to his old sinful ways before he gave his life to Christ and began his relationship with the Father (Jesus). He mentions God saving the day by sending His Son, Jesus, to die on the cross for our sins, and the sky looking like it is about to crack (implying that the end times are upon us).

1K Phew then comes in with the actual Chorus of the song:

“Jesus, finna come back soon (Huh). Finna come back soon (What?). Finna come back soon. Say what you need to say. Finna come back soon. Finna come back soon. Finna come back soon. And he gon’ say. Give it up, better not give me no cap (What He gon’ say?). Give it up, better not give me no cap. I’m not falling for none of that cap. Give it up (What He gon’ say?), give it up.”

Here in the Chorus, 1K Phew brilliantly ties Jesus coming back soon with the fact that Jesus is a righteous judge and will judge us accordingly. Jesus will judge according to the truth. Jesus says in Matthew 16:27, “For the Son of Man is going to come with his angels in the glory of his Father, and then he will repay each person according to what he has done.”

Interpretation of the Track (Part 2)

1K Phew performs the first verse:

“Can’t go back, used to chase after that (I can’t). Can’t go back, caught a case after that (I did). Looking to the sky like the roof ’bout to crack. With the big man falling through the paint, Shaq attack (O’Neal). Pull up with the jump, KD (For real). Gotta show the rock, JAY-Z (For real). Look up in the sky, say cheese (For real). Wanna make it in, say please (For real). Tryna get the flow wavy, yeah. It’s a bunch of us, no Brady (You dig?). Never let an outcast in your circle (Uh-uh). ‘Cause I bet he gon’ do-re-mi. Number three with me everyday, they got the answers. In the field with all my soldiers, I’m Black Panther. Been to so many states, even think I hit New Hampshire. When He come back you gon’ ask for one more chance, huh (Boy).”

In this first verse, he continues what he said in the chorus. He hits us with pop culture icon references such as Shaq, KD, and Jay-Z. I will talk about the Shaq and KD references shortly.

1K Phew’s life was saved by God when he repented, falling on his knees and accepting Jesus as Lord. In a 2019 interview with THIS IS ME TV, he recalled the incident when his vehicle was shot at multiple times after a sale of marijuana:

“When I tell you I fell to my knees so fast bruh like, something came over me that day. My whole body was numb bruh. I fell straight to my knees like just telling God, ‘I’m done, I’m done, I’m done, I’m done, I’m done.’ Because I just knew if I kept going, I would either end up dead or in jail.”

1K Phew relates God cracking through the roof of sin and saving 1K Phew to all-time-great NBA Center, Shaquille O’Neal. In his prime, 325-pound Shaq would beat his opposition in the paint, scoring efficiently and “falling” through defenders. O’Neal is huge, which is why 1K Phew made this comparison. However, God is bigger, and God had (and has) big plans for 1K Phew.

The other NBA star 1K Phew references is KD (or Kevin Durant). KD’s pull-up jumper (also pull-up three) is a very dangerous weapon that KD efficiently uses against opposing teams.

Lastly, he mentions that many people will ask for one more chance when Jesus does indeed return.

1K Phew joins with the Chorus again, leading us into the next verse.

Interpretation of the Track (Part 3)

KB hits us with the second verse of the track by saying:

“Yeah, 1K, KB, yeah. Chief don’t need a cheat code to defeat them. If there’s beef though, it’ll be a free throw. Chief cold with the V though. We the depot to the people, Rico’s dethroned. Chief told me to be bold. So I’m deep soak over VEVO, one-double-zero. Reach low, got the briefs low to your dome. Reach low, got the peace flow to your soul. Peace won’t be the free throw for you long. Chief gon’ go beast mode on the frauds. Everybody gotta stand in the end zone. Can’t fear God like Lorenzo, uh. You can look alive in the Benzo. Dead as the presidents you depend on. It’s on, guap, guap, I got a plane to catch. Uh, I got a, ooh, what, uh, I gotta save some cats. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, I’m tryna bring ’em back, yeah. I see you laughing now, uh, you won’t be laughing last. The Savior’s coming.”

In this second verse, KB mentions “Chief,” meaning God. KB seemingly implies it will be easy for God to defeat fallen angels by saying, “it’ll be a free throw.” He mentions that Chief (God) told him to be bold throughout his life and faith (See Deuteronomy 31:6).

He continues on about how God will go “beast mode” on the frauds. Meaning he will be a righteous judge upon those who did not believe in and accept Jesus into their hearts. He mentions the fact that these people who don’t accept Jesus into their hearts cannot fear God, making the reference, “like Lorenzo.” (Jerry Lorenzo is a sneaker and clothing designer who founded the streetwear label “Fear of God”).

KB finalizes his verse by saying he’s “got a plane to catch” and is “trying to save some cats.” Here, he’s rapping about how he’s ready for when Jesus comes back and how his goal is to make Disciples for Christ, respectively.

He ends the verse by giving us the core of the entire track, “The Savior’s coming.”

Interpretation of the Track (Part 4)

Parris Chariz comes in with the third verse of the track:

“Big dawg P, I got rank, pull up on ’em, whoa. Wave big, look like the sea (Uh-huh). Durag, I put wave on the beat (Uh-huh). New type like nobody got these (Whoa). Big bag, ’cause I’m payin’ my tithes (Okay). Phew called, it’s time to get next (Brrt). He just sent me the water, I’m blessed (Blessed). All the rocket and wave on the ‘net (Splash). Fall to my knees, I got rest (Yes). Hah, it’s Master P for Patton (Patton). It’s not a leak, it’s hazard (Hazard). Don’t gotta preach, I practice (Practice?). I put the blood over everything (Yeah). I got my hood out the hood and things (Yeah). The plan that I drew was a good and thing. The stock could not fit in a wooden frame, uh (Okay). Tone hold a mat, this my essence, yeah (This my essence). We live on a mission, this a special, uh (Where the cash?). No L in my circle, this ain’t Lexus, P.”

Parris mentions he has a big bag because he’s paying his tithes (referencing the 10% tithes in the Bible). He also raps about preaching by practicing. So instead of preaching to people and failing to live it out himself, he clarifies that he practices what the Bible says. This belief is supported by what God’s Word says in James 1:23-24:

“For if anyone is a hearer of the Word and not a doer, he is like a man who looks intently at his natural face in a mirror. For he looks at himself and goes away and at once forgets what he was like.”

He continues to rap about how he pleads the blood of Jesus over himself and everything he has. This essentially means that he wants to use all he is and all he has for Christ. He states that we. as followers of Jesus, live on a mission to spread the Gospel to people and make Disciples for Christ (See Matthew 28:16-20, which is the Great Commission).

Parris finalizes his verse with the banger line, “No L in my circle, this ain’t Lexus, P.” I believe he says this to make it known he doesn’t hang around those who could negatively rub off on him. After all, who we hang around greatly impacts who we become psychologically.


This track has over 2,000,000 Spotify streams, making it the third most popular track on his album What’s Understood at the time of writing.

It is clear that these artists care deeply about their relationships with Jesus. As with all DIVE-reviewed songs with multiple artists, these performers collectively reference key Biblical concepts.

The primary theme of this track that the artists collectively attempt to convey is about Jesus coming back soon.

These artists came together, performed an extremely well-done track, and clarified their intentions. 1K Phew, KB, and Parris Chariz each have their own unique flavor they brought to the song. However, I feel like they all have the same mission statement overall. The mission of sharing the love and grace of Jesus Christ with people.

A big verse implied multiple times in this track is Matthew 16:27. Here, Jesus says, “For the Son of Man is going to come with his angels in the glory of his Father, and then he will repay each person according to what he has done.”

As mentioned before on this show: If you follow Jesus, you have nothing to fear regarding how your life will turn out if you keep a strong relationship with Jesus and faithfully adhere to God’s will.

It is important to remember the core verse of this track:

“Behold, I am coming soon, bringing my recompense with me, to repay each one for what he has done. I am the Alpha and the Omega, the first and the last, the beginning and the end.” ‭‭- Revelation 22:12-13

So not only is this track about being ready for the Lord’s return but also about being bold in our faith as Christians and making sure we spread the Gospel (story of Jesus) with people to make Disciples.

Thank You for Reading DIVE!

I appreciate you for reading this far into the article! I hope you all enjoyed this installment of The DIVE Series* on FiveTwenty Collective. Stay tuned for the next installment dropping on the 20th of this month!

About The DIVE Series*

In this series, I DIVE into the precise and potential meanings of Christian Hip Hop singles, albums, and EPs.

In Special Edition installments of the series, I interview the artist(s) involved for the whole meaning of their art.

Thanks for checking out today’s edition of FiveTwenty Collective’s DIVE series! I drop a new installment of this series on the 5th and 20th of every month (except on Sundays).

God Bless,

DJ Expander

**Listen to the full Back Soon track at the end of the article!**

Want more content from The DIVE Series? Check out the previous article now!

The October episode of DINO NUGGETS, FiveTwenty’s music discovery show, is out now! Half podcast, half radio show, on DINO NUGGETS each host brings

  • One new CHH release
  • One old CHH release
  • One non CHH release

to listen to and discuss. This month: Social Club Misfits, Playdough, vibe validation, and even some 60s blues? Listen to it on the FiveTwenty Mixcloud now to hear more!

The long-awaited album from 5x GMA Dove Award-nominated Christian Hip Hop artist Steven Malcolm is here.

Tree is the third studio album from the CHH sensation.

Malcolm’s landmark album features international stars Snoop Dogg and Shaggy. Adding additional oomph are Malcolm’s CHH homies Derek Minor, KB, Ty Brasel, Canon, and Social Club Misfits.

“This being my third studio album, [I] focused on the growth and fruit that came from a foundation rooted in truth,” says Malcolm. “I stood firm throughout my life and now I’m seeing the fruit of my labor. LEGACY! The gift that continues to bear fruit. Thank you and many blessings to my fans worldwide.”

Tree‘s release arrives a week after premiering smash single.

Included on the album is the hit “Summertime” which features hip hop legend Snoop Dogg and Malcolm’s IVAV labelmate Jay-Way. The visual for the record premiered with Vibe Magazine. Grammy Award-winner Shaggy is also featured on “Fuego (Remix)” which has racked up over 6 million combined streams.

Tree is an eclectic depiction of Malcolm’s past, present, and future.

Each song digs deep into the peaks and valleys that shaped the rapper we currently know. Since releasing his self-titled major-label debut in 2017, Malcolm continues to captivate listeners with spellbinding anthems that celebrate his love for Jesus and the unifying force of hip-hop. The genre-blending rhymer demonstrates his enthusiasm to share his messages with a broad audience.’

Malcolm continues to blur boundaries with Tree.

The album includes star-studded production by Sango, BoogzDaBeast, FNZ, and Social House. It illuminates Malcolm’s growing artistry; his spiritual depth; and his versatility as a hip-hop artist.

Tree arrives via 4 Against 5, Curb | Word Entertainment’s hip-hop imprint. Both of Malcolm’s previous releases cracked the Top 40 on the Billboard Christian charts, receiving multiple award nominations. Due to this past success, Tree is one of 2022’s most highly anticipated CHH releases. Malcolm is even the cover artist on Spotify’s “The Flow” playlist.

Tree is available now across all streaming platforms!

For updates and more information about Steven Malcolm: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube

Steven Malcolm unleashed the Summertime music video featuring Snoop Dogg and Jay-Way.

The visual premiered through Vibe Magazine and is the latest from Malcolm’s upcoming album.

It is the newest star-studded collaboration for Malcolm who has previously worked with Shaggy, KB, Social Club Misfits, R3hab, and more. Summertime, featuring Snoop Dogg and Jay-Way, is available now across all DSPs. The record boasts rhymes tighter than Chuck Taylor’s shoelaces. Malcolm refines his flow to compliment the elegance of Snoop’s laid-back style and Jay-Way’s smooth vocals.

“With this record, I wanted to bring an endless tune that will give people that summertime feeling over and over,” says Malcolm.

Malcolm’s IVAV label mate Jay-Way and Snoop effortlessly add their suave swagger to enhance the sweetly harmonious bop.

The record is co-produced by Mikey and Scootie of Social House (Ariana Grande, MGK).

Legendary music and entertainment magazine, Vibe, premiered the music video, stating:

Summertime has the makings of a bonafide anthem for the warmer months of the year and is a continuation of Malcolm’s evolution as a lyricist and songwriter.”

It is not the first foray into Christian music for Snoop Dogg.

The hip hop icon declares “Summertime is back,” in his opening verse. Snoop is a self-professed “born-again Christian” who released his first gospel album in 2018 (Bible of Love). The album peaked at number one on the US Gospel Albums chart for seven weeks. That same year, Steven Malcolm found his own success on the gospel chart with “Not To Us/Good Love”. The record was a radio hit that doubled as the first release from Malcolm’s sophomore album, ‘The Second City’.

This is a party that everyone is invited to. 

Summertime was added to Spotify’s New Music Friday Christian playlist and Apple Christian’s Best New Songs chart. Watch below as rap royalty rides off into the sunset with two rising stars in an IVAV meets Death Row trifecta.

Tree due out Friday, June 3

After a temporary delay, Steven Malcolm’s third studio project is set to drop next week. 

On the upcoming album, all 16-tracks explore Malcolm’s spiritual depth and his versatility as a hip-hop artist. The project includes the international smash “Fuego (R3hab Remix)“. Featuring dancehall icon Shaggy, the record has over 6 million combined streams. The Dove Award-nominated anthem “Glory On Me“, featuring Childish Major and Tylor Hill, is also on the album.

Tree is an eclectic depiction of Malcolm’s past, present, and future. It mixes the spirituality of Sunday morning with the energy of Saturday night.


  1. Heavenly Father [The Fisk Jubilee Singers]
  2. All I Know
  3. Summertime [Snoop Dogg, Jay-Way]
  4. On Point [KB]
  5. Believe In Me
  6. Demons [Plan G, Jude Barclay]
  7. Rooftop Freestyle [Derek Minor]
  8. Red Light Green Light [Ty Brasel, Jay-Way]
  9. Accelerate [Canon]
  10. Ain’t Playin [Social Club Misfits]
  11. Lately
  12. Great [Waldo]
  13. Respect
  14. Jah Ah De King
  15. Glory On Me [Childish Major, Taylor Hill]
  16. Fuego (R3hab Remix) [Shaggy]

For updates and more information about Steven Malcolm: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube

Steven Malcolm delivers an earsplitting new track featuring Canon.

Accelerate is from Malcolm’s forthcoming album ‘Tree’, releasing on April 15, 2022.

Malcolm spits versatile flows over boisterous production. Billboard-charting rapper Canon reinforces the record with an explosive guest verse. Accelerate is featured on Spotify’s “New Music Friday Christian” playlist. The song arrives less than two weeks after ending Malcolm’s “Long Live The Hype” tour which received praise from regional outlets like Local Spins, among others.

Accelerate is all about the race of life,” explains Malcolm. “It’s an honor to have my brother Canon on this record with me.”

The Grand Rapids, Michigan natives are a Dynamic Duo

“His verse is insane,” declares Malcolm, when talking about Canon’s contribution to the record. Malcolm also drops a flawless verbal onslaught packed with imaginative metaphors. “Hit the gas, I’m the highest in the room how I elevate,” he raps in a swaggering cadence.

Accelerate moves at the velocity of an action flick. The ferocity of the production is infectious and intensifies each rhyme. Who can stop Steven Malcolm? “Hit the throttle, take off on ’em, tell me who gon’ stop him”. 

Accelerate follows up the Sango-produced bop “Respect” that landed on Apple Christian’s Best New Songs chart. It also hit popular playlists like Apple’s “Elevate” and Spotify’s “The Flow”.

On Malcolm’s upcoming album, all 16-tracks explore his spiritual depth and versatility as a hip-hop artist.

‘Tree’ is an eclectic depiction of Malcolm’s past, present, and future. The album includes features with multiple award-winning artists such as Snoop Dogg, Shaggy, Social Club Misfits, and KB.

Check out “Accelerate” below. Give us your thoughts in the comments!

Steven Malcolm intends to make 2022 his breakout year.

He sets the tone with the spellbinding track “Respect”.

The Michigan emcee has officially announced his third studio album entitled Tree. The project is set to release on April 15, 2022, via IVAV. Tree is an eclectic depiction of Malcolm’s past, present, and future. Beginning with the lead single, “Respect” (listen below), along with a 5-city tour, Malcolm is curving the fakes and claiming a stake as an exceptional force in hip hop. No questions asked.


“This record is about putting some respect on my name.” – Steven Malcolm

“Respect” is a follow-up to the bangers “Rooftop Freestyle” which was co-produced by Grammy Award winners BoogzDaBeast, FNZ, and Dayme alongside “On Point” that features Dove Award winner KB.

With smooth, inventive rhyme schemes, Malcolm flows seamlessly over the Sango-produced record. “He (Sango) sent it o me and I finished it honestly in an hour. Just one of those records you hear and dive in,” explains Malcolm. After accumulating more than 58 million global DSP streams and 13.1 million YouTube views in 2021, Malcolm’s desire to elevate his name is a constant theme on his forthcoming album.

“Respect” hit digital music retailers on February 4, 2022. Hear it live on Malcolm’s tour featuring Jude Barclay and Mark the Baddguy

Long Live the Hype Tour


The next album from Steven Malcolm features several award-winning artists. The list includes names such as Snoop Dogg, Shaggy, Social Club Misfits, and KB. It arrives on the heels of Malcolm’s 5-track EP ‘All Is True’, which garnered wide acclaim.

All 16 tracks on Tree explore Malcolm’s spiritual depth and versatility as a hip-hop artist.

“Jamaicans pronounce the number 3, tree. This being my third studio album, [it] focused on the growth and fruit that came from a foundation rooted in truth.” – Steven Malcolm

From the international smash “Fuego (R3HAB Remix)” that features dancehall icon Shaggy to the Dove Award-nominated anthem “Glory On Me” featuring Childish Major & Taylor Hill, Malcolm mixed the spirituality of Sunday morning with the energy of Saturday night. Peep the full tracklist below.

Steven Malcolm, Tree (IVAV via Curb | Word Entertainment) Release Date: April 15, 2022

Tree Tracklist

  1. Heavenly Father ft. The Fisk Jubilee Singers
  2. All I Know
  3. Summertime ft. Snoop Dogg & Jay-Way
  4. On Point ft. KB
  5. Believe In Me
  6. Demons ft. Plan G & Jude Barclay
  7. Rooftop Freestyle ft. Derek Minor
  8. Red Light Green Light ft. Ty Brasel & Jay-Way
  9. Accelerate ft. Canon
  10. Ain’t Playin ft. Social Club Misfits
  11. Lately
  12. Great ft. Waldo
  13. Respect
  14. Ja Ah De King
  15. Glory On Me ft. Childish Major & Taylor Hill
  16. Fuego (R3HAB Remix) ft. Shaggy

Pre-order Tree now. Which songs from the album are you most excited to hear? Sound off in the comments below!

Steven Malcolm online: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube

CHH powerhouse Steven Malcolm returns with a hard-hitting music video.

On Point is the newest release from the Michigan rapper and features vet KB. The award-winning rhyme slinger takes it to a new level with his latest effort.

The video follows Malcolm’s impressive EP ‘All Is True’ which was met with praise by several publications. He was even compared to the likes of J. Cole, Kendrick Lamar, and Nipsey hustle for his ability to share truth via storytelling in the age of conscious rap. From an EP focused on truth, Malcolm switches up with On Point to highlight tenacity.

On Point is all about being shard and withstanding the test of time,” says Malcolm. “Defying the odds is never easy, but a sharp mind can overcome any obstacle.”

The song is laid over trap beats, a cyclical piano hook, and shoutouts to iconic quarterback Tom Brady.

“The greatest QB and my favorite football player being Tom Brady, I couldn’t help but use the best as the metaphor,” explained Malcolm.

Given the multiple mentions of Brady, it’s no coincidence that it sometimes feels like the hip hop equivalent of an athlete’s comments during a pre-game interveiw. On Point finds Malcolm rapping about his day-to-day work ethic along with his God-given talent. He splits the song’s verses with KB along the way. They are limber, laced up, and ready to take the field!

“This record is all about high energy and motivation for anyone who is looking to be focused!”

Described by Dirty-Glove as “Michigan’s best kept secret”, Malcolm’s power-hinged anthem is a certified banger.

For more information about Steven Malcolm, visit the links below

Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube

*Check out the video for On Point below and drop your thoughts about it in the comments!