Steven Malcolm: Yeah. My favorite avenue of being an artist is live performing, so I'm in my element right now. Winter Jam is everything I thought it would be and more. The fans are awesome, and the artists on the tour are awesome! I'm honestly having the time of my life.
Steven: Joseph Prielozny, Senior Director of A&R at Word Entertainment, and I connected on social media awhile back and had been building a relationship. He saw something in me that he felt the squad needed to have, and I felt 4 AGAINST 5 was what my career needed to go to the next level.
Steven: Track number 2, "Fire." The content and lyrical delivery are who and what Steven Malcolm represents. I want the world to know I am a light for the gospel and the fire will never be put out.
Steven: Absolutely. Being Jamaican, we take a lot of pride in that and I feel that the sound of Reggae is very popular in the Hip Hop culture. So to incorporate that, AND actually authentically be Jamaican, is something that sets me apart from just the average rapper.
Steven: Growing as a man when it comes to relationships. As young boys we tend to play a lot of games with girls. Personally, I was a lil player in high school and all about the game. Trying to get the most girls and all that foolishness. *laughs*. Becoming a man, I had to grow up and wanted to find a REAL woman, and with that comes throwing away the childish ways and no more waiting games. The song is a conversation of saying, "Hey, I'm ready to take this relationship to the next level and if your ganna waste my time and keep playing games, peace out!"
Steven: Just the relentless pursuit of chasing your dreams, similar to people like Martin Luther King Jr and even the disciples of Jesus with spreading the gospel. What both have in common is that they had a dream and believed in it so much that they gave their lives to see it through. I possess that same mentality when it come to this music. I want to spread Jesus to the world through my music and no one will ever take that away from me.
Steven: Not at all, I want people to find themselves in my music. It's the music that we can relate to and that draws us in, so my struggles are a lot of other people's as well. Music has made me an open book if you wanna say, but in doing so it helps let others know that they're not alone. There's a God that gives strength and heals the broken.
Steven: *Laughs*. Nah, I'll let her stick to what she's killer at and let myself and Andy take care of the rapping.
Steven: Cinnamon Toast Crunch! And yes, I used to eat it three times a day, sometimes that's all I would eat. Literally, I have a crazy cereal addiction. I've slowed down though for health reasons. Cereal is all sugar and I love staying in shape, so it's healthy eating on the road. I only eat it a few times a week now.
Steven: No, they just made the song complete and chose to go with it. With this being my first project, I don't won't people to get it based on the features. I want them to get Steven Malcolm and experience me. I almost had no features, but what we came up with is perfect so we went with it.
Steven: Either a Marley (One of the sons of Bob Marley) or Travis Scott. I would love to just get in a creative space with them, vibe out and see what we cook up.
Steven: I love Bob Marley, Michael Jackson, for King & Country, Hollyn, TFK, just to name a few.
Steven: Thank you for the opportunity to chat. I'm grateful for all of you who support the movement, and pray we continue to grow the Kingdom of God as we grow in Christ.
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