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JGM Music Hour – Episode 126

              Playlist for Episode 126: My heart is fixed – Brenda Jefferson feat. Dorinda Clark Cole You ought to testify – Keith “Wonderboy” Johnson The pain is going to end – Bonita Burney Simmons Are you ready – Jason Champion Chain breaker – Angela “Missy” Billups Enter His gates – Patrick Lundy & the Ministers of Music You still love me – Koryn Hawthorne On my way to Calvary – Ananais Montague Holy Ghost – Frozene Lott Hayes Words of Jesus: Love your enemies – Steven Chesne Another mother’s son – Phil Cook Even ...

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Hip Hop Artist Steven Malcolm Turns Earthly Loss into Heavenly Gain

By Bob Marovich Once upon a time in Grand Rapids, Michigan, life was looking pretty good for Steven Malcolm. He and his family lived in a middle-class home. Their father, Winston, a Jamaican by birth, had a decent job at General Motors. Then when Steven was about ten years old, Winston was arrested. He had been caught selling drugs. Since Winston was not a U.S. citizen, officials deported him to Jamaica. That was the last time Steven ever saw his father. “He was a great guy, a great dad, but he decided to sell drugs,” Steven told the Journal of Gospel ...

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JGM Pick of the Week: July 23, 2018

“Even Louder” Steven Malcolm feat. Leeland From the IVAV (Word Entertainment) EP The Second City, Pt. 2 (release date: June 8, 2018) www.StevenMalcolm.com By Bob Marovich “Even Louder,” written by Steven Malcolm and Leeland Mooring, blends musical understatement with Malcolm’s declarative rap about the many wonders of salvation. Its lullaby-like melody, incessant beat, atmospheric swirl of background voices (courtesy of Christian worship band Leeland), and string-laden interlude combine to create a captivating conclusion to Malcolm’s second in a four-part EP series called The Second City. From Grand Rapids, Michigan, Steven Malcolm is part Jamaican and celebrates his roots on the EP ...

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