Steven Malcolm drop his third studio album 'Tree' featuring new single with Snoop Dogg

Michigan-born hip-hop artist Steven Malcolm lacked clear direction throughout his life until he discovered the connection between faith and freestyle-delivered rhymes he became a master of. Steven Malcolm found his calling by making records that gained over 31 million on-demand streams and 5x GMA Dove Award nominations. Now he focuses on removing layers and telling the truth. 

Presenting his third studio album 'Tree,' Steven Malcolm assembles a 16-track long eclectic record, honoring his Jamaican roots and bridging the gap between two worlds of commercial rap, Christian pop music, and reggae. The album's first teaser was the lead single, 'Summertime,' with the West Coast hip-hop legend himself, Snoop Dogg. 

Steven Malcolm talks about his new album 'Tree': "There's so much significance that comes from the word. My music has become my legacy, changing the trajectory of my lineage and my family tree. Jamaicans pronounce the number 3, tree. This being my third studio album focused on the growth and fruit that came from a foundation rooted in truth," 

'Tree' is out now on all streaming platforms, featuring 'Summertime' dancehall bops  "Jah Ah De King" and "Fuego (Remix)"  and other uplifting songs "Rooftop Freestyle" and “Respect."



Penelope Parker

Penelope Parker

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