Malcolm Elliott
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Malcolm Elliott

Detroit, MI | Established. Jan 01, 2014 | INDIE

Detroit, MI | INDIE
Established on Jan, 2014
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"Black Bottom Archives"

MALCOLM ELLIOTT | YOUNG, TALENTED, & ON FIRE

Malcolm draws his inspiration from those around him. There are multiple sources responsible for being his muse. But, he is really motivated to make great music by other "subpar" rappers who have entered the game on a whim and make a mockery of the craft. Malcolm's favorite rapper growing up was Lupe Fiasco. He greatly admired Lupe's witty metaphors and slick wordplay. And he looked to Lupe as an example of a great emcee.

What's next for Malcolm Elliott?

"My ultimate goal is to be a legend and spread awareness about the real issues that plague our society."

He wants to bring great music back to Hip Hop, specifically the scene in Detroit. He has a deep-rooted passion for music and is encouraged by that as he works to put out music that people love and want to hear more of. Malcolm wants to be one of the greatest to ever rap. And he is well on his way after a very successful release of his debut mixtape, Era of Adolescence, that dropped last month. - Camille Johnson


"MotorCity Ragers"

MALCOLM ELLIOTT & COMMONWEALTH ENT PRESENTS – THE ERA OF ADOLESCENCE

We brought you the first single from local up and coming artist Malcolm Elliott entitled “Mr. Weatherman” featuring Ré Lxuise & OZE FLVSH, now here’s the long awaited mixtape ” The Era of Adolescence ” . With hits like “Run Home”, “Enjoy The Ride”, and a personal favorite “Detroit Lives” feat. OZE FLVSH, and some familiar faces from the hip-hop collective Forever Golden: Jody Watts, B-Free, Santana Davinci and KULTURE. I strongly encourage all the REAL Hip-Hop heads to give this mixtape a listen. It has that old Detroit feel, with a Kendrick Lamar-storyline, you’ll thank me later - elixirhipster


"DiveIn Entertainment"

This project is from Detroit Emcee Malcolm Elliott and when I say this project is Grammy worthy, This boy deserves a Grammy. The lyrical content is not for the simple minded. The flow is like water out a kitchen faucet!. Please check out this project. I guarantee you wont be disappointed. - Jaylen Creech


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Still working on that hot first release.

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Bio

Detroit native Malcolm Elliott is a rapper, poet, and saxophonist from the westside of the city.  He started writing rhymes in March of 2014 and since has worked closely with comedian George Lopez, recording artist Royce Da 5’9, and many more. 

Malcolm has already toured Europe and performed all over the city of Detroit as well as The Fox Theatre, Detroit Country Club, The African World Festival, Grand Ball Room at Cobo Center, University of Michigan, Western Michigan, Oakland University, and Michigan State University all multiple times.  He was voted Best New Artist by Michigan State and has been featured on several different music blogs. Malcolm has also opened the Jazz Festival and performed for the late Dr. Maya Angelou..

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