Recording artist Steven Malcolm is responding to the chaos of the modern moment with his new EP All Is True. All Is True is a collection of message-driven rap songs that double down on his talents as a hip-hop icon, genre-bender, and street-smart storyteller. Listen to All Is True by clicking here.
"In a world full of fake news, controlled narratives, and layers of lies, I want to be known as that artist who brings nothing but the truth," says Malcolm, who recorded the EP's five tracks during a global pandemic that brought his touring schedule to a halt. Working with Grammy-winning producer Street Symphony and the hip-hop production team Track Or Die, he crafted an autobiographical record that's both honest and hard-hitting, with lyrics that turn his personal experience into universal songs about creativity, faith, and fidelity.
The atmospheric title track turns the challenge of Malcolm's past -- from his father's jail time to his own eye-opening introduction to racism -- into fuel for his uplifting music. He celebrates his skyrocketing career with "We Goin Up," praises his maker in "Autopilot," and proclaims his loyalty to his wife in "Ándale." A fiery combination of message, melody, and beat-driven bounce, All Is True doesn't just paint a picture of Steven Malcolm's life; it also applies to anyone looking to meet life's challenges with grace and gusto.
"I want my fans to hear this and be encouraged to live out the truth in a culture full of deception," Malcolm says. All Is True follows full-length albums like 2017's Steven Malcolm and 2019's The Second City, both of which received GMA Dove Award nominations for Rap/Hip Hop Album of the Year. The new EP also arrives on the heels of popular singles like "Fuego" and the gospel/hip-hop anthem "Glory on Me." Together, those releases have earned Steven Malcolm more than 57 million streams.